Music Reviews

Raz Ohara

Realtime Voyeur

Kitty-Yo

A heavily skeined blend of hip-hop, dub, slow jazz and other elements, mashed into marbleized plastic by the wit and skill of Mr. Ohara. A Maxi Priest treatment is given to the Pixies’ “Where Is My Mind,” which gives you some insight into Ohara’s production mindset.

Kitty-Yo, Torstrasse 172, 10115 Berlin, Germany ; http://www.kitty-yo.de


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