Butch Cassidy Sound System Butches Brew
- Words: Janet Tzou
- Label: Fenetik
Not to be confused with the rapper who worked with Snoop Dogg and Xzibit, producer Michael "Butch Cassidy" Hunter‘s debut album fashions classic reggae and funk elements into upbeat, keenly musical pieces that remain true to reggae‘s sleepy vibe. The title cut is by far the strongest, punctuating catchy riffs with horns and verbal shout-outs, but it‘s Cassidy‘s keen ear for subtle musical touches that renders his musical brew cohesive and slippery smooth.
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