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Album Review

Although Jonathan More and Matt Black's best works are scattered over endless singles, EPs, and compilation tracks, Recipe for Disaster proves they can pull an album off when they feel like it. Together with a handful of collaborators, the pair split their resources between funky instrumental hip-hop, drum'n'bass, turntablism , and armchair trip-hop, providing a good cross-section of the group's various styles.

Biography

Formed: 1992

Genre: Electronic

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

DJ Food is a collaborative project between Coldcut/Ninja Tune duo Matt Black and Jonathan More, and second-half PC (born Patrick Carpenter) and Strictly Kev (Kevin Foakes). Although the moniker originally referred only to Black and More's several-volumed series of stripped-down breaks records designed for deck use (i.e., "food" for DJs), club booking demands for the assumedly proper-named DJ Food dictated the pair make an ongoing project of it. Adding PC and Strictly to spice things up (and differentiate...
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