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Album Review

Jamie Lexton's debut album as Kid Loops walks that uncomfortable line between intelligent drum'n'bass and coffee-table fare that sounds pleasant enough to passing listeners but doesn't really push the envelope. Besides the vocoderized vocals on his Eric B. & Rakim homage "The Microphone Fiend" and some tweaked scratching on "Wicked Loops," Time Quake is an album of fits and starts, solid but lacking real innovation.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Combining his love for science fiction, old-school hip-hop and the lush side of Detroit techno and jazz fusion, Jamie Lexton's productions as Kid Loops skirt the edge where raw breakbeat chemistry becomes bland coffee-table fare (a place once inhabited by several fusion legends as well). A native of North London, Lexton listened to Public Enemy, Stetsasonic and Mantronix as a child, and began working in the studio with help from his brother Charlie, who co-owns the Filter label and records as Cool...
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