O$VMV$M

O$VMV$M
O$VMV$M
O$VMV$M

Impeccably frayed, emotionally eloquent Bristol blooz, arranged in short, library-like cues: touching on smudgy minimal synth inna Strange Life style, lonesome R&B abstractions and duppy-stirring, dub-distressed grime. Can't help but feel O$VMV$M - Young Echo troopers Neek and Amos (also of Jabu) - would be far better known if their name was even just a LITTLE BIT easier to say/write/remember...we're FANS and we still have to Google it ever time. And not sure whether they've doubled or halved the problem by self-titling this, their third album (the final part of a trilogy they began in 2015)... but whatever, you should check it out, it's a very peculiar and precious set of instrumentals, and Idle Hands are right: in years to come it'll be considered among the very best music ever to have come out of the city. Essential! 

£14.99

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