The 45 has got a poster too!
They have a collaboration with Homeboy Sandman (Stones Throw) in the pipeline too, so 2013 should be fairly bloody large for this lot, who have it coming frankly.
1. Come Correct feat. Foreign Beggars
2. Fulgeance Remix
3. Sidetracked feat. Joshua Idehen
4. Archie Pelago Remix
5. Come Correct (Original Instrumental)
Come Correct EP out on January 28th 2013 on Wah Wah 45s. Pre-order here.
Preview on Soundcloud
Recent Wah Wah signings out of Leeds, Paper Tiger, have spent the last few months preparing an arsenal of bass worrying electronic music ready to unleash upon the masses in 2013.
Their debut “Priceless” EP for Wah Wah 45s, released last summer, was a visceral, uncompromising concoction of hip hop, post-dubstep and electro-soul music featuring resident wordsmith Raphael Attar (of “Gary Barlow” fame) and led to the band playing at festivals across the UK including Lovebox, Mostly Jazz and the Secret Garden Party to much acclaim.
The “Come Correct” EP takes their sound one step further with riotous lyricism courtesy of UK hip hop / grime heroes Foreign Beggars; a mind-blowing dance floor remix from French uber-producer Fulgeance; and a rather dashing spoken word piece featuring Maze Hill’s Joshua Idehen that comes complete with a gloriously wonky re-work from Brooklyn trio Archie Pelago.
Paper Tiger will be supporting Homeboy Sandman on March 7th 2013 at Cargo – a sure-fire taster of what’s to come as the pair collaborate on the next EP from the outfit, due in April.
“Takes the synth-prog density of a Rustie or Slugabed and lifts it on clouds of Don Cherry rhythm” Joe Muggs, The Wire Magazine (UK)
“Funky!” Homeboy Sandman (Stones Throw, USA)
“Isn’t it lovely? Wonderful, lovely stuff.” – Lauren Laverne (BBC 6Music)
“Really love it more every time I listen” – Julie Adenuga (Rinse FM)