Lee Bannon, “NW/WB”

Blake Gillespie

Lee Bannon

On “NW/WB”, Bannon manipulates the mid-1990s raver genre, into his dark explorations found on the Caligula Theme Music series and never/mind/the/darkness/of/it EP. He creates a nightmarish situation, not unlike being half-dead in a warehouse watching Zomby perform. All's well until he removes the Guy Fox mask to reveal the RZA and before you can process the mind-fuggery of that, RZA peals back his skin to reveal Bannon, who instead of speaking roars like a lion. You wake up in a cold sweat and there's Bannon at your bedside. He leans in and says, “nevermind the darkness of it”.

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You wake again, safe this time, but with the premonition that jungle and drum 'n bass are old enough to become revival genres. The nightmare is never over. “NW/WB” is the deja vu feeling, fed through trap machinations by a spongy savant.

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