- Words: Justin Hopper
- Label: Tru Thoughts
Had Matt Smooth and Rob Mac scratched up a copy of their Super-Baxophone album and slid it into an unsuspecting crate at some vinyl emporium, groove-sample and library-music freaks would be selling their homes for the eBay bid dosh. With Jumbonics, the Speeka duo explores a shared love for half-cheesy ‘60s organ sounds; these get layed over hip-hop beats fresh enough to turn heads, but subtle enough to be Richard Lester montage-scene material. S-B expands upon the original "Jumbonics" EP‘s slick, urbane, jazzy funk with a smile that belies a dirty little secret.
- Locals Only: Prins Thomas Shares His Five Favorite Spots in Oslo
- 20 Questions - Robert Hood Talks Underground Resistance, Kraftwerk, and Cheese Grits
- Hi-Five - Dauwd Selects His Favorite Tunes from the Kompakt Catalog
- 20 Questions - Teebs Talks New Album, Low End Theory, and Playing 'Street Fighter' with Flying Lotus
XLR8R Downloads Player