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Winning Streak Reprise - Benin City - Fires In The Park (CDr, Album)

2 Oct

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  1. Benin City, Category: Artist, Albums: Last Night, Fires in the Park, Fires in the Park, Baby, Singles: Hostiles, Hold Them Close, Faithless , What a Time EP, Lord Of The Manor, Top Tracks: Hold Them Close, Hostiles, Faithless, What a Time, Final Form, Biography: London-based trio Benin City combine spoken word poetry with electronica and brass to catchy yet poignant effect., Monthly.
  2. Fires in the Park, an album by Benin City on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  4. Benin City is a British band based in London named after a Nigerian state capital. The three-piece is comprised of vocalist and poet Joshua Idehen, vocalist Shanaz Dorsett with multi-instrumentalist Tom Leaper. Idehen met Theo Buckingham at a squat party. They struck up a loud friendship and decided to make more organised noises together.
  5. Fires in the Park: awkward but brilliant This is not an easy record to get a handle on. When I first got it, I bounced through a couple of tracks idly, and it felt like it was coming from the messy genre fusions of the mids – somewhere between trip-hop, indie-dance, rap-rock and mildly crusty festival-dub.
  6. London has been frapping itself to sweat over Benin City's 'Fires In The Park'. A boogie melange of hip hop/spoken word, jazz, and electronics with a rocking, emotive indie swagger, it ticks all the right boxes for your archetypal urbane bachelor pad dweller and poly-cultural house share posse; it's never too down or gloomy, never quite euphoric, but bubbling with a wry positivity equally.

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