REVIEW: Drunken Masters – ‘Places’ EP

Channelling a host of influences and inspiration into their newest release this week is Drunken Masters, an act who is going from strength to strength. The bass production outfit brings in external talent for their “Places” EP, which was written with four artists across three cities.

Using their location as the creative impetus for each track, you can expect to hear vocals from the likes of Thutmose, Capo Lee and Nimo throughout this diverse body of work. With edgy rap lyrics and pounding basslines, Places is an EP that will have you swept up from the first play. Listen BELOW.

Gemma Harewood

Gemma Harewood

Favourite bands: Incubus, Coldplay, The Smiths
Favourite album: Overgrown by James Blake

With super varied taste in music, I love anything from soul-searching indie to thumping future bass and back again...
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