Review : 4HERO - Play With The Changes
PrefixMagLondon-based duo 4hero is known for pioneering sounds that laid the groundwork for drum 'n' bass and later soul, jazz and electronica fusions. With Play With the Changes (the duo's first album since 2001's Creating Patterns), Dennis "Dego" McFarlane and Mark "Mark Mac" Clair pull from that same wide palate to create another broadly appealing musical opus....full text
Crud MagazineCredit where itís due, the press sheet that accompanies the first release in six years from drum and bass pioneers, 4Hero does its level best to persuade me that the bandís long established critical acclaim, their 1998 Mercury nomination, their MOBO award and indeed, the bandís widespread respect within the chin-stroking enclave of a Ďreal musicí fraternity paves the way for a multi-dimensional, densely layered and lush foray into futuristic soul....full text
MusicOMH.comIt's been a long time coming - six years, in fact - but 4Hero finally return from the wilderness.
Having played an important part in the development of drum and bass in the 1990s, Marc Mac and Dego MacFarlane used the success of the Mercury nominated Two Pages album to move into more exotically scored, jazzier affairs that culminated with their swooning cover of Minnie Riperton's Les Fleurs. Subsequent album Play With The Changes has occupied them all that time since....full text
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