Described as a “pantomime of styles” by Mex, the Black Grass sound was hip hop minded but not hip hop, edgy but not necessarily underground, covering territory from dusty funk and jazz to soul to party beats. Working both with established vocalists (including Blak Twang & Maylay Sparks),and talented newcomers, Black Grass gained acclaim across the board from both DJs and music fans. After spending time Djing and touring Australia, Mex recorded the second album “A Hundred Days In One”. Adding even more diversity to the mix than the eponymous album, it delivered enough hooks and beats to light up the dance floor and get heads nodding in equal amounts, with guests like Jehst, Blu Rum 13, Micall Parknsun on mic duties alongside alt-country sensation Dominique Noiret, with a haunting rendition of Harold Melvin’s “Don’t Leave Me This Way”. Twenty years deep as a DJ, Mex has developed a reputation as one of the leading underground DJs in the game. similar in style to legends of old like “The Wild Bunch, Good Times, Soul II Soul, Jazzy Jeff and Cash Money, he has earned the respect of esteemed djs such as Andy Smith and Krafty Cuts. Mex is currently recording his third Black Grass album with guest features from J-Live, The Good People and other special guests 2) Leon Russell's Former Keyboardist And Vocalist Formed His Own Project, Black Grass, For This Lone Release That Sank Without Trace Upon Its Release.
Features Plenty Of High Energy Action Such As Shirely Caesar's "Sweeping Through The City" Plus "Great Day" And The Very Hot "Going Down To The River." Parts Of This Album Are Indispensable While Others Should Be Committed To The Dustbin Of Musical History. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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