What started as a series of hand silk-screened 7-inches by sensitive Canadian hip-hop producers and their friends has now become the Lunch Money Singles series. Anticon affiliates Moodswing9 and Controller 7 make rare solo appearances with their poetic and understated instrumental work. DJ Signify shows you his dark side with "Buk Out" and Sixtoo takes on Simahlak in the sampling one-upmanship that is "Side A Through D." Pieces that jump out from this downbeat collection include Moodswing 9's baroque-meets-jazz "Reflection of Progress" and the plaintive "Watchedusslowlydie," from Sixtoo and Matth's collabo He Did Glass Music. This series provides a glimpse into this group's upcoming producers' bedroom battles and side projects. Collect them all!