TRACK REVIEW: Zamj – Moving EP | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Across seven tracks, in a brief 22 minutes, Zamj is our guide through a fast-moving banquet of beats and bars that explores a myriad of genres and provides a fantastic showcase for his versatility behind the mic.

From the junglist frenzy of DnB Bars to the more introspective, spaced out Massive Attack-esque atmosphere of Psilocybin and the 808-heavy grind of No Rehearsal and Fast, the EP is consistent but ambitious in its scope, with Zamj not seeking to stick to one firm musical blueprint but instead use a wide array of beats and genres as a foundation for his fantastic flow and brilliant, frank, raw and charismatic wordplay, showcased by the statement-of-intend closing track That Kid. Properly essential.


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