Dos Monos quickly became hip hop sensations with the release of their debut album 'Dos City' on Deathbomb Arc. They scored their own tv series at home in Japan and found fans all over the globe. After a series of loosie tracks (including a collaboration with Black Midi), Dos Monos are back with their second official album 'Dos Siki'. While only clocking in at ep length, the group considers it the true successor to 'Dos City'. The album builds off of their noise rap approach to boom bap, exploring abstract compositions and soundscapes in new directions for the trio. Includes a guest feature from Injury Reserve.
Dos Monos quickly became hip hop sensations with the release of their debut album 'Dos City' on Deathbomb Arc. They scored their own tv series at home in Japan and found fans all over the globe. After a series of loosie tracks (including a collaboration with Black Midi), Dos Monos are back with their second official album 'Dos Siki'. While only clocking in at ep length, the group considers it the true successor to 'Dos City'. The album builds off of their noise rap approach to boom bap, exploring abstract compositions and soundscapes in new directions for the trio. Includes a guest feature from Injury Reserve.
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Dos Siki
Artist: Dos Monos
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. The Rite of Spring Monkey
2. Aquarius (FT Injury Reserve)
3. Estrus
4. Mammoth Vs Dos Monos
5. The Rite of Spring Monkey (Instrumental)
6. Aquarius (Instrumental)
7. Estrus (Instrumental)
8. Mammoth Vs Dos Monos (Instrumental)

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Dos Monos quickly became hip hop sensations with the release of their debut album 'Dos City' on Deathbomb Arc. They scored their own tv series at home in Japan and found fans all over the globe. After a series of loosie tracks (including a collaboration with Black Midi), Dos Monos are back with their second official album 'Dos Siki'. While only clocking in at ep length, the group considers it the true successor to 'Dos City'. The album builds off of their noise rap approach to boom bap, exploring abstract compositions and soundscapes in new directions for the trio. Includes a guest feature from Injury Reserve.