Unless you’re a fan of abstract turntablist DJ Krush, Message – which is mostly a barren breakbeat soundscape – will sound like nothing more than enjoyable background music. Guests like the rappers Anti-Pop Consortium add some traction, but not enough to give the CD real Depth.
The Message at the Depth Unless you're a fan of abstract turntablist DJ Krush, Message -- which is mostly a barren breakbeat soundscape -- will sound like nothing more than ...The Message at the Depth Unless you're a fan of abstract turntablist DJ Krush, Message -- which is mostly a barren breakbeat soundscape -- will sound like nothing more than ...2003-01-24
Lead Performer: DJ Krush; Producer (group): Red Ink
Posted January 24 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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