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Divine Styler - Def Mask VINYL 2xLP

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Import-only new album from hip hop legend DIVINE STYLER is now available at SFRstore!

- The fourth studio album from "the Jimi Hendrix of hip-hop," Divine Styler.
- A dystopian/sci-fi concept album executed in the style of Blade Runner, with plenty of futuristic synths and lyrical intellect.
- Divine Styler was a member of Ice T's Rhyme Syndicate and has previously worked with such artists as DJ Shadow, House Of Pain, Quannum, and Daedalus.
- Available in a limited edition double vinyl gatefold LP & CD with stunning artwork from renowned urban artist, Will Barras.

The man they once called "the Jimi Hendrix of hip-hop" has returned with his strongest work to date. Over a decade since his highly-acclaimed Directrix album dropped on Mo Wax , Divine Styler now steps up with his fourth studio album Def Mask, a dystopian/sci-fi concept album executed in the style of Blade Runner. Delivering highly-charged, well-crafted, gritty electronics with trademark lyrical intellect, and heavy synths that battle crushing snares layered with futuristic verse -- it's a killer, but it's also a cerebral breath of fresh air. For those unaware of the artist, Divine Styler first entered the frame as a member of Ice T's Rhyme Syndicate. He has worked with DJ Shadow, House Of Pain, Quannum, and Daedalus, to name a few.

"Unclassifiable, esoteric and revered by the hip-hop cognoscenti, Divine Styler releases his first album in 14 years, Def Mask – a tour de force of hardcore beats and dystopian science fiction." - The Guardian (UK)

“An anomaly within rap. He’s clearly reverential to the art form, yet he chooses to blaze his own trail rather than waste energy seeking acceptance or contextualisation.” - DJ Shadow

Also available on CD here.

Check out the video for the first single "Architectonic"!

TRACKLIST:
01 Images on a Screen
02 Carriers IQ
03 Def Mask
04 Architectonic
05 Zaxon
06 Incubation Acceleration Shell
07 Pandorum
08 Voight Kampff
09 Invalid Stratum Don't Compute
10 As Seen Before