Detroit beat smith Foul Mouth gives us a myriad of soul from feel good to struggle and back.

If a beat tape is only as good as it’s weakest track, Soul Louis is as sturdy as they come. The same could be said for Producers I Know in general, if they drop it pay attention. I’m going through on first listen and each track I’m declaring my favorite but for the sake of decisiveness I’ll settle on “Hello & Goodbye”. The tape produces a wide arrange of feels, one minute its the ambience of a blues club and the next you’re cracking a brew and grilling, it’s everywhere and singular simultaneously with soul samples being the mainstay. Def worth a listen and monetary support as well. Make sure to check the visual and be on the look out over on PIK bandcamp page for limited edition cassettes coming as well.

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