Bit by bit, we’re uploading the entire Invisible Spies back catalogue to the electronic-filing-cabinet for the
comedown download generation to enjoy.
Check the progress HERE and discover long lost gems by Toah Dynamic, Kid Acne, Benjamin, Mongrels and Supreme Vagabond Craftsman.
The latest up to get down is my 1st LP, ‘Rap Traffic’ recorded round at Req’s house in Brighton a decade ago. Here’s what the critics said about our endeavours back in the Y2K+1…
“Admirably Warped” – Jockey Slut
“A distinctly British take on B-Boydom. Flawed comic genius” – Seven
“Goddamn. This is 100% of that hip-hop shit. Go play in the traffic” – ATM
“Lo-fi raw genius with real ’83 venom. Keep an eye on these clowns” – DJ
“Sounds like a 15th generation dub from the T-Connection circa 1981 with some killer trashcan percussion à la 23 Skidoo” – Wire
“The freshest, most unpretentiuos, lo-fi, graf-writers-getting-it-right-by-getting-it-wrong music odyssey you will hear until his next release. Get” – Muzik
“Something to be commended in an age of dollar bills and fur coats. This is one to watch”
– Record Collector
“Slugtrails on the wax, drizzle on the jeepster and tea in the pot while the two beat-boys downgrade fidelity. Fresh” – Bizarre Magazine
“Deep, surrealist Brit-Hop. Check the rhymes and see if you can work out what the f*ck the Kid is on about” – Mix Mag
“Rougher than a crocodile’s nad sack. Inventiveness to the fore and well worth tracking down”– Ministry
“Truly creative. Grab yo’self a ladle. Shit is piping hot” – Knowledge