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Its a strange new post-everything musical landscape we occupy. The machines - you could argue - have been playing the humans for some time, and the conversation has become pretty one-sided. The focus now is metrics not moments. A million transcendent dance floor events condensed into monetisable data, the compost in which likes and solid socials are grown, but little else.

Being regularly bludgeoned with forgettable new music has taken its toll. But not everyone is singing from that hymn sheet. Sheffield's Thatmanmonkz enjoyed the apprenticeship at "House PLC" more than the opportunity to progress to middle management.

Itchy musical feet meant extended exploration of fertile avenues of interest like the Madison Washington & Pan Amsterdam Hip Hop projects, meanwhile the pull of the 4/4 was never far from the studio door, and, all accomplished with an assured versatility that shines through. Musical alliances have been formed in the disparate but related playgrounds of Sheffield, Detroit, Berkeley and Atlanta, all underpinned by an emphasis on seeking out collaborations and gigs which represented a real exchange of energies, rather than a bank raid.

Letting things percolate in this more measured way means weve arrived here, a follow up of sorts to 2016s Columbusing. This is 'monkz allowing the ear ringing of gigs to feedback organically into bright dance floor flashes, which by virtue of their careful crafting are destined to last much longer.

Its a pick 'em and stick 'em ride of individual gems and a cohesive whole too. The opposite of thrown together, this has been worked and weathered, naturally.

The House always wins, but sometimes... just sometimes.


Non Zero Sum Game