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|1.||"The Code Noir/Amina" (7:28)|
|2.||"Who Sent You - Ritual" (14:47)|
|1.||"No Mas" (7:57)|
|2.||"Blues Ideology" (8:21)|
|3.||"Bread Out Of Stone" (4:46)|
After the wild revelations of the first Irreversible Entanglements album back in 2017, this vital new force in jazz and beat poetry returns to International Anthem with a new set. Once again the interplay between the players and lyricist Camae Ayewa is electric, not least on the fraught title track. The subject matter weighs heavy but all too familiar - racial tension and inequality in America given an urgent voice by Ayewa, and perfectly accented by Keir Neuringer's saxophone, Aquiles Navarro's trumpet, Luke Stewart's double bass and Tcheser Holmes drums. This is essential stuff, both in message and in sound.