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  • Release Date 2013-12-10
  • Label Flapjack
  • Catalog FLAP023
Flapjack Records welcomes back the tastefully decadent That Peruvian Boy with a scorcher of an EP. Quickly becoming a staple here at Flapjack Records, That Peruvian Boy just dominates the bass and drums. What can I say, the sauce is the boss, and that Peruvian sauce is the fat and juicy to complete musical taste bud satisfaction. Smothering a healthy amount of his stuff all over this Top Billin EP has created a surefire classic amongst the Flapjack repertoire.

A great sauce usually starts with a vision. Brooklyn Heights was born of this vision out of sheer blindness most likely. It is doubtful That Peruvian Boy has ever stepped foot in Brooklyn or the state of New York for that matter, but the essence captured is pure and divine, like a fine box of wine.

Brooklyn Heights (Scrubfish Remix) adds just the right amount of Chicago spice to this amazing vision. There is a bit of a fishy aftertaste, but the brute force of the flavor is something to be reckoned with. Add this into your spice rack for a well rounded palate pleaser.

Every sauce needs a solid bass to build upon. Time 2 Be takes the vision at hand and builds upon a nice vinegary bass mish-moshed with a secret elixir that can only be described as a combination of saw dust and vomit. Its deep, gritty, and pungent, which stings the nostrils. 60%% of the time, it works every time.

To finish her off, That Peruvian Boy adds a bit of that Same Old Shizz. This aforementioned shizz has probably been handed down generation after generation through the family household as a way to ward of strangers and other demonish odors. In the case of the Top Billin EP it adds the final panache that novelists and starving poets endlessly dream about whilst wasting away penniless in remote cabins on the European countryside. Its not so hard to write, you just have to use the right sauce. Like I said before, the sauce is the boss.
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