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Roof Raisers captures the spirit of misspent inner city youth: the culture of sweaty warehouses and filthy share-houses. With its witty wordplay and adventurous production, it is an album that rewards close headphone listening as much as it does late-night party pumping.
Its sound is a schizoid mishmash of 8-bit, grime, breakcore, dub, house, jungle, glitch and hardcore rave that has more in common with Die Antwoord, Roll Deep or Major Lazer than any typical Aussie hip-hop.
It was mixed by Lo-Def’s Connor Dalton and Big Dada’s Wayne Lotek, who produced Speech Debelle's Mercury prize-winning Speech Therapy, plus several tracks for Roots Manuva. Australian Idol’s Dylan Yeandle was flown in to make a special appearance.