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London’s Clbrks delivered two stand-out albums last year alongside the prolific producer Morriarchi. This year he is starting very much where he left off with a debut appearance on Group BraCil with Canadian beatmaker Dweeb’s soundscapes. 

The Library of Babel, which draws inspiration from a Jorge Luis Borges short story, opens pages of Clbrks which previous releases left unturned. Perhaps Dweeb’s loop-heavy, soul-infused production sparked some introspect in our usually braggadocious emcee, but don’t worry he hasn’t gone soft; Almost every nugget of wisdom is met with a sarcastic sentence or two on this short but sweet project of 2-minute tracks. 

It is available on vinyl, cassette and of course digitally on Bandcamp.

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