Djosos Kros No Sign Of Bad
- Words: Derek Beres
- Label: Quango
Already proving their worth on dubby 12-inches, Copenhagen natives Pharfar and Filip compile their efforts into a dozen hypnotic tracks. A seeming nod to Thievery Corporation's bass-heady productions, the resonance of Djosos' handiwork echoes long in speakers and headphones. Of equal merit are their guest vocalists, especially Tuco on the deep "Straight Upfront" and Little Tasha with the most upbeat number, "Cover Me." We can envision U-Roy when listening to toaster Jah Bobby's laidback poetry (though the ragga star's recent work with Nublu is slightly more interesting). Jah has arrived in Denmark and seems perfectly at home.
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