13 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seth Sentry isn't the type to pull punches. The Melbourne MC's beguiling second album is a panoramic stock-take of rich musical scope and stripped-to-the-bone honesty. Strange New Past finds him looking back at a broken home and a misspent youth with razor-sharp wit and a bitterness that stings, reeling off wicked lines of rhyme that cross dub, jazz, rock and soul in rare style. The character in "Run" and "Hell Boy" is bound to sound like someone you know—just a lot more smart and lyrical.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seth Sentry isn't the type to pull punches. The Melbourne MC's beguiling second album is a panoramic stock-take of rich musical scope and stripped-to-the-bone honesty. Strange New Past finds him looking back at a broken home and a misspent youth with razor-sharp wit and a bitterness that stings, reeling off wicked lines of rhyme that cross dub, jazz, rock and soul in rare style. The character in "Run" and "Hell Boy" is bound to sound like someone you know—just a lot more smart and lyrical.

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