Posted by: Dominic Umile | 07/26/2010

Published Elsewhere: Matt Shadetek

Matt_Shadetek_FlowersWith tropical influences propped up by a prominent low end, Flowers has Matt “Shadetek” Schell pushing almost exclusively upbeat tracks. There’s a dance agenda on the producer’s first instrumental album, but before this club-centric record came to fruition, Schell’s output included noisy glitch, grime, hip-hop, dancehall, and most recently, a team-up mix album with DJ /rupture that the pair issued on their own Dutty Artz imprint. Get “iHop” at XLR8R, and read the rest of my review at PopMatters.

Related: My 2007 feature piece on Team Shadetek for XLR8R is here.

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