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The Ultimately Empty Million Pounds

Funki Porcini

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Album Review

Funki Porcini's first album since the boom in spy-soul breakbeat made famous by Fatboy Slim has quite a bit of material in similar territory, easily forgivable considering he'd been working the same line for five years. The Ultimately Empty Million Pounds has a few moments of aimless drifting, but it's also liberally sprinkled with entertaining samples, killer beats, and great ideas, especially on appropriately titled tracks like "Rockit Soul," "Theme From Sugar Daddy," and "Reboot."

Biography

Born: Oxfordshire, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Funki Porcini is artist and DJ James Braddell, whose swirling mixtures of downtempo breaks, smooth ambience, and disjointed drum'n'bass helped put the Coldcut-owned, South London-based Ninja Tune label on the map. The first single from his 1995 Ninja debut Hed Phone Sex, "Long Road" (with a B-side, "Poseathon," littered with Bongwater samples), was featured on a number of compilations cashing in on the fashionability of "trip-hop," but Porcini's brand of laid-back, atmospheric breakbeat is less gimmicky...
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