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...excellence and value.

Two things are exceedingly rare in today's pantheon of music...excellence and value. DJ Cam flawlessly samples an eclectic blend of source material, and proceeds to flip it and bounce it. Nice, mellow groove throughout. After some skunk hits, push play and marinate.

DJ Cam ## Lost and Found

DJ Cam sticks to the tried and true that made him what he is today, but this isn't his best album. In fact it feels like he's stepping backwards instead of forwards as a lot of them feel light on the substance and most of the songs sound too similar.

I Wish Music This Easy To Listen To. . .

. . . Was this easy to make, but it quite emphatically is not. And my actual rating is 4.5 stars. It would've been 5, but, ironically, this record is too short. A brilliant, smooth mood this sweet should last longer. Retro-futuristic, analog-digital pimp-hop, with differing vibes all of-a-piece, and complete, whole sound-worlds sculpted without any excess or fluff. Heavens, how do these euro boys rock it like this? Listening to this record is like seeing a lithe, bronzed goddess emerging from the ocean in Cannes, all black bikini and red lips; this has the same concupiscent indifference, the same swaggering, sexy oblivious timelessness. One of the few albums that most I fervently wish for a Part Two companion piece.


Born: Paris, France

Genre: Electronic

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

Parisian hip-hop devotee Laurent Daumail is one of a few but growing number of French artists updating hip-hop for the chill-out crowd, drawing on the beats'n'samples groundwork of producers such as Rakim, DJ Premier, and Prince Paul and combining it with broad, impressionistic strokes of dub, jazz, and soundtrack-y ambience. Like countrymen the Mighty Bop and la Funk Mob, Cam is stylistically closest to Mo'Wax artists such as DJ Shadow and DJ Krush; minimalist, downbeat instrumental hip-hop built...
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