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Album Review

London-based DJ and producer Marc Mac got his start as half of a duo called 4Hero; after a decade of producing beat-based electronic music, he now records under the name Visioneers and seems to be getting increasingly interested in vintage hip-hop, soul, and jazz, though his passion for breakbeats and turntable manipulation remains. On Hipology, he indulges all of his various musical interests with generally pleasing results — though the frequent digressions into hip-hop history lessons (via spoken word reminiscences from central figures in the music's early development) and the sometimes surprisingly smooth surfaces of the jazzier numbers (like "Rocket Man [Afrolatin Joint]" and the horn-rich but ultimately tedious "Funky Fanfare") sometimes undermine the impact of the powerful grooves that are generated elsewhere (as on the nicely sentimental "Back in Time," which features Baron and TRAC, and the excellent "Shine"). But there are moments when those two tendencies converge beautifully and offer an intriguing glimpse at what this album could have sounded like if the fusion were more consistently maintained: the best example of this success is the brilliant "Oil & Water," a slice of smooth and jazzy hip-hop featuring excellent tag-team rapping from Notes to Self. More of this kind of thing, with fewer generic hip-hop samples and many fewer shout-outs to Marc Mac himself, would have quickly tipped this album from "good" to "excellent."

Customer Reviews

Great album

I bought the first album 'Dirty Old Hip-hop' a few years ago been playing ever since. Didn't think Visoneers could top that one but I have been playing this one constantly. Great mix of funk, rap, breaks and jazz. My favs are the vocals 'Shine', Oil & Water' and 'Back in Time'. For chillin 'Come and Play in the Milky Night' does it for me. The bonus mixtape is a nice touch.

Wicked Lp

At last hip hop has redeemed it self back to the real old school big visioneers this a regular play on my radio shows and podcasts ( and club plays.

Top Album

This a class album I actually bought the vinyl version of this too and reading the credits I realise that all the instruments are real. I thought the horns and drums and guitars were samples but they are all played by a few musicians mainly Marc Mac plays a bunch of stuff and drummer Luke Parkhouse plays drums and some cool guitar, a couple of horn sections give it the extra cinematic feel in places. Overall a very good second album from Voisioneers. Maybe a slight edge on the 1st album. worth picking this up.


Formed: Dollis Hill, London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Producer Mark Clair is a man of several aliases, known most prominently as a member of the pioneering 4hero -- an act that has shifted through hardcore techno, drum'n'bass, broken beat, and alternative R&B. Clair used his Visioneers project to put an organic spin on his love for the jazzier end of golden age rap and those who built upon it throughout the '90s and 2000s, including legendary producers like DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and J Dilla. A mostly instrumental affair, Visioneers debuted in 2002...
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