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Album Review: James Pants - James Pants

Album Review: James Pants - James Pants

Friday 10th June, 2011 9:23AM

Only loosely connected to the US West Coast wonky scene around Flying Lotus, Daedelus, Carlos Niño and many more, James Pants (born James Singleton) manages to sound unlike any of these Californian beatnicks. It may help that he lives a bit inland from that West Coast; in Spokane, not far from mysterious Twin Peaks. So instead of making high in demand Dilla-inspired beats, this crate digger pur sang has done about everything else over the course of his three albums for Stones Throw, from the slow disco and boogie tracks on 2008’s Welcome to his psych-informed work on Seven Seals a year later.

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