Too Many T’s
Huffington Post know it. After seeing a live performance, they dubbed them “The UK Beastie Boys”. Numerous other press have referenced similarities in their live energy. BBC 6 Music, Xfm, Soho Radio, Radio X all know it, with Too Many T’s music featured on their shows.
Jurassic 5 knows it, so do Wu-Tang, Ugly Duckling, People Under the Stairs, Abdominal, even Big Daddy Kane, who have all had Too Many T’s open for them.
Rob Da Bank really knows it, he asked Too Many T’s to play the album ‘South City’ on main stage at 2017 Bestival, UK’s second largest festival. Secret Garden Party, Glastonbury, Boomtown, Germany’s Fusion and dozens of festivals know it too, they felt the incredible positive energy buzzing from their stages and saw the smiles and wows in the faces of each crowd. Bass music hero Flux Pavilion, (Josh Steele) knows better than most. Alongside the innovative genius of Odjbox, Josh has worked with Too Many T’s on their debut album South City, an album of consummate skill. French label Banzal Lab know it – they just release the album in France, scoring the T’s 5 French festivals and a tour in 2018.
It’s one thing to make people think with a record. It’s another to make people laugh with one. But to do both, with the same body of work, is something truly special.
This album will dazzle you with the skill of flows, astonish you with the width of their lyrics and get your booty shaking with the infectiousness of Flux Pavilion and Odjbox’s future-bass production. Your brain will think it’s listening to classic, golden-era hip hop, but your arse will know it’s dancing to a formula that’s been updated…it’s hip-hop, make no mistake, but it’s hip-hop in the NOW and very unique. Leon Rhymes, Standaloft and DJ Savage Henry on the 1’s and 2’s:Two turntables, one battle-mixer, two mics, three baseball caps, thousands of delighted fan and hundreds of thousands of plays online. (Words – Eddy Temple Morris)
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