Bike For Three!, aka Canadian rapper Buck 65 and Belgian electronicist Greetings From Tuskan, have never met in person, but they aren’t letting a little thing like that get in the way of creating one of this year’s most intriguing albums so far, ‘More Heart Than Brains’. Having carved out a niche for himself by crossing country music with hip hop, this is Buck’s first album to feature all electronic production, but he takes to it like a duck to water, as Greetings From Tuskan absorbs his voice into her cool, trippy soundscapes, which have tones of Boom Bip and Modeselektor running through them. The lone track up on their MySpace page, ‘All There Is To Say About Love’, is a perfect example of this, but the track that really blew our socks off is the album’s title track, which you can download for free by clicking here.
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