More heat from Japan, and this time we have fitz ambro$e and repeat pattern on the boards for a short set of instrumentals. chop p is a name that, as it suggests, is full of samples sliced fine as an onion, and there’s a nice variety in there too; you can hear everything from funky glam jams to laid back head-nodders. Over half the tracks here are less than two minutes long, but that’s the way I like it. You can buy it digitally or on a limited edition CD from label brrwd.

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