Jam Baxter & Jon Phonics – ‘Fresh Flesh EP’

Fresh Flesh EP Front CoverAstutely intelligent High Focus/Contact Play veteran Jam Baxter has again joined forces with the productive ingenuity of Jon Phonics, hailing from London’s Astral Black roster, having previously collaborated on the track Dark Days alongside Fliptrix from the successful Half Past Calm 2 (2010) project. Once solely a hip-hop producer Phonics has since expanded his reach by delving into the realms of electronica – in both fields his work has received modest degrees of acclaim. These elements influence the intriguing soundscapes which unravel throughout the EP, whilst maintaining the rugged roots of his earlier work in the undertones to affirm that this is most definitely a hip-hop release. It’s alleged that the Must Eat EPbegan it’s production just a month ago, having only mastered the project about a week ago, which in part demonstrates the capable determinism both artists posses. Let’s jump straight into it…

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