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  1. Brooks moves to Matthew Herbert's label, Soundslike, for his second album, RED TAPE. And the ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ aesthetic as applied to weirdo, cut-up house feels exactly at home. “Accidents” makes it clear that there really are none here, and the more-sense-than-meaning lyrics (both backwards and forwards) of "Restoration" adds more texture to a track /5(23).
  2. Popular Restaurant at Honey Brook’s Wyebrook Farm a Casualty of State’s Red Tape The popular Wyebrook Farm restaurant in Honey Brook will not reopen this summer due to harsh economic realities and red tape, writes Michaelle Bond for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
  3. Strange and serene, Red Tape is a refreshing contrast not just to Andrew Brooks’ debut You, Me & Us (an orthodox house offering), but to anything else around at the moment.2/5(1).
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  5. Mar 01,  · Indeed, on "Red Tape", Brooks twists and distorts basslines and vocals (mostly male) to extremes. He has graduated to a more raunchy, yet confident sound, which in no way is a bad thing, making his style unique and oft-times unheard of.5/5(2).
  6. It might be a bit much to say it's already becoming a cult classic, but Red Tape's fiercely individual feel deserves far more attention than it's been paid. A dance music album that eschews straightforward builds and releases, a rock album that sounds nothing like a rock band, an avant-garde release that is all about hooks, it's a showcase for Brooks' easy ignoring of genre 9/

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