Halloween week’s single from World Around Record‘s current series is a suitably phantasmic track by Steel Tipped Dove of eerie instrumentation echoing on the other side of the twilight which, incidentally, is where Curly Castro is likely forming his chilling flow and rhyming classic Eddie Murphy quotables from.  At just under a minute-and-a-half it’s almost an apparition of a track, but “Tin Tin” is top tier stuff and a full length on this level would be something, particularly if there was a track conceptualised around “yukanes o yukanes”.

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