We’ve said it before, but it bears repeating. Boston’s Noms is worth adding to your plate. He’s known for aforementioned/linked amazing original production and making outrageous bootlegs of everything from hip hop to video games. A lot of them. So it’s no surprise that he’d remix another expert aural interpreter, in this case Pogo.
If you haven’t seen the original video for “Alice” you may have been living under a rock, going outside, or sometimes, by definition, both. Either way Noms’ flip is worth adding to your arsenal as he gives it a jointed club treatment and strikes a good balance between the soul of the original and some springy conga-line percussion. Thanks to him for blessing us with an exclusive yet again.
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