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General News / January 7, 2019

Listen to a new flip of Slum Village’s ‘The Look Of Love’ by The Main Event

General News / January 7, 2019

Listen to a new flip of Slum Village’s ‘The Look Of Love’ by The Main Event

The Dublin producer is back with a new rework.

 

The Main Event is the new name for an Irish producer, DJ and breakdancer who has been heavily involved in Irish hip hop over the last few years.

Formerly known as 9ThreeTil, the change in name doesn’t mean too much of a change in style, as on his debut LP ‘29:20‘ he still explored the realms of chilled-out, jazzy hip hop beats. With his latest rework he’s once again focusing on reimagining classic boom-bap, this time giving Detroit’s Slum Village a new look [of love].

Check it out below.