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Undiscovered brilliance. A refreshing blast of talent. The best album I've bought in ages.

I stumbled upon this album one night whilst browsing through the depths of iTunes, as I often do, looking for interesting new music. What a discovery I made.

Daily Intake by Hint is an excellent album, and I mean that. It's not just a few good tunes, it really is all killer. It blends several different genres, tempos, vocals, and each song with it's own unique direction and evolving and developing throughout it's length.

I've been listening to it on repeat for about a month now, but only naturally I've acquired some favourites. I'll talk about just 3 of them, though I could go into great detail about all of them and how great they are individually.

The album starts off with Crash & Burn. An exciting beat with infectious lyrics, crisp drums and nice deep bass for good measure. A stomper, and what a great opener!

The second tune I'll talk about is Tape Packs. An instrumental track, no vocals, but it doesn't need them. The beat accompanied by the melodic snyths on this track evolve into excellence. Funky.

Lastly, probably my #1 favourite from the album, Aliens Enter. This track is effortlessly cool, big soothing bass, some very cool bell like sound effects and accompanied by excellent vocals again. It mixes, as with much of Daily Intake, lyrics rapped over the beat. I'm not the biggest rap fan in the world but I do enjoy it when it's done right. It's use on Daily Intake by Hint is perfect - it fits perfectly. It's never too much or overbearing, trust me, the beats speak for themselves. (Another good one for the lyrics and vocals side is Watch the Media, another favourite, which actually has some very poignant lyrics and are well produced in a coherent way, which again fit perfectly with the direction and sound of the track.)

Overall, I am highly impressed by this first outing for Hint and I'm very excited for the future. Very lucky to have found this, not many people know about it. You've found it if you're reading this, so go and have a listen and buy it if you like it! You won't regret it.



Formed: 1981 in England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

b. Jonathan James, 1981, England. Sussex, England-based musician Hint’s debut album, released in 2003, reportedly derived its name from the place and circumstance in which it was recorded. Portakabin Fever’s beguiling juxtaposition of hip-hop, funk, electronica, folk and soul was incubated and recorded in a mobile home by James using his computer, guitar, bass and keyboards. From his solitary confinement, James created a subtle and unobtrusive album that drew comparison with the Beach Boys, Beta...
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