Ever wondered what Anti-Pop Consortium nearly called themselves, or more pertinently, why they reformed after six years, and what the inspiration is behind their masterpiece, 'Fluorescent Black'?
Well, number two in the new series of Ninja Tune Podcasts can tell you all that and more. Hosted by the effervescent Dexter and featuring an in depth interview with Beans, High Priest and M Sayid, it's worth a lot but comes for free.
There's also exclusive snippets of songs from the album, as well as the music that inspired one of hip-hop's greatest collectives in the first place. Plus new music from The Heavy/Joker, Grasscut, Bonobo, Blockhead and Two Fingers. 'Av it.