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Not interested in U.K. garage? MJ Cole doesn't care. The classically trained, ex-jungle alias of one Matt Coleman has already earned a British Top Ten hit with his "Crazy Love" single and got a quick Mercury Prize nomination for completing this long-awaited debut album. Hype aside, is this the sound of one of the genre's first auteurs penning a musical manifesto or someone co-opting their own scene? The U.K. garage circuit — think a Boyz II Men or a Lauryn Hill on a perpetual sugar spaz, attach some underground credibility, and fold in some jittery stop/start jungle theatrics — had to go somewhere this early in the game and it seems that MJ Cole wants to take it to the leather couch. With the gleaming, self-aware production as well as both Danny Vicious' embarrassing rapping and Elisabeth Troy's overly soulful vocals, it's clear that Cole wants respect at every turn. Despite the consequences. As in "Bandelero Deperado," he attempts to mix sultry pianos and vocoder effects that reek of sophistication, but there's a distinct lack of real soul to it all. His songs slide closer, dim the lights, and whisper in your ear — while winking at the cognoscenti the whole time. Not that wonderful results don't happen ("Slum King," the title-track). It just feels too deliberate, too methodical — mistaking bad two-step injections of jazz for an honest, eclectic take on a blooming genre. Sincere, Rovi

Biografia

Nato(a): 1973, London, England

Genere: Dance

Anni di attività: '90s, '00s

With his accessible urban charm and his talent for matching breakbeat culture's incendiary phobias with the Hi-NRG of pop and acid R&B, MJ Cole was one of U.K. garage's first true stars. Ultimately renting himself out for Mariah Carey and De La Soul remixes, Cole began with drum'n'bass label SOUR, where he worked in the initially unassuming position of tape operator. After slogging up to an engineering title for names like Freq Nasty and Ed Rush, he caught the garage bug in the middle of 1996...
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