album review: the radio dept.
  • FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2010

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Just six months after the release of their third full length album, The Radio Dept. have released the completely chilled out, dub inspired EP, Never Follow Suit. The EP gets its name from the single off of Clinging to a Scheme with the same name. The single is not only the namesake but also the second track on the EP, and the center of all the other track's musings. "Never Follow Suit" was a stand alone reggae/dub inspired track on their last album, but the EP shows the band taking that feel and running with it, adding four new songs that cohesively flow into twenty dub-heavy minutes.
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