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Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Egyptian Hip Hop first broke through back in 2009 as four sparky 17-year-olds from Manchester with an uncanny knack for lush, scruffy melodies.
Their debut EP Some Reptiles Grew Wings, produced by Warp’s Hudson Mohawke, featured a clutch of delectably angular pop songs and affirmed their singular sense of rhythm.
Now they are finally ready to release their long awaited debut album Good Don’t Sleep on 22nd October. We can’t wait.
Set to be a maturer pop sounding venture than the EP its said to have ‘a deep affinity with psychedelia’.
Single ‘SYN’ is one of the dominant tracks from the release.