Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip: The Logic of Chance, CD review

By Thomas H Green 634PM GMT twelve March 2010

Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip

The Logic of Chance

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Possibly the usually outfit whod be as happy personification at a hard-core soap-box as spending an afternoon at a book-signing, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip are an doubtful success story. The Essex duo, fronted by the heavily whiskered Scroobius Pip (who takes his name from an Edward Lear ditty) fill an astonishing opening in the marketplace for communication with irritable electronics.

Pip doesnt so most swat as urgently chat, delivering lettered state-of-Great Britain polemics over sounds Le Sac draws from a palette coloured with dubstep and drum and bass. The lyrics plunge into all from blade crime to intense final for active citizenship, all intermingled with punchy dance-floor numbers such as the refreshing The Beat.

When they appeared in 2007 with legal holiday anthem Thou Shalt Always Kill, a little discharged Le Sac and Pip as a newness act. Their bony but receptive second manuscript indicates that theyll essentially be around for a great while.

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