Hip-hop collective Quakers have released a 50 track beat tape.
The group hinges on a collaboration between Fuzzface (in reality Portishead's Geoff Barrow), Invada's in-house producer 7-Stu-7, and Australian producer Katalyst.
Quakers released their debut album eight years ago, and it was a tour de force of adventurous hip-hop production.
Now they're back. A few moments ago Quakers shared 'Supa K: Heavy Tremors', a 50 track beat tape.
A series of short, sharp shocks of inventive noise, on first listen it's an imposing return from the production team.
Tune in now.
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