The Good X Guide

It’s been a grueling fortnight of late nights and early mornings since the album dropped and I’ve been struggling to find time to keep people updated with current developments, so here’s a quick roundup of what’s been going on…

A short tour peppered with promo saw me and Deemas descending on some of our favourite reggae and dancehall sessions from Brighton to Oxford and back to East London, with an in store at Banquet Records in between. You can peep a few photos taken over the course of the week on the road here.

We also dropped into the Xfm studios to record a live session then stuck around to chat about the album with John Kennedy, the result of which is now online for your aural perusal below…

Wrongtom Meets Deemas J meets John Kennedy at Xfm by Wrongtom on Mixcloud

If you can’t be bothered to listen to all that, you can always go straight in with the freestyle we recorded at the end of the session which I’ve chopped out and upped to soundcloud for your listening convenience…

And if all that isn’t enough to wet your whistle, check out some of the praise for the LP…

“Essential listening” – Mojo

“A set of magnificent dancehall” – Q Magazine

“A heartfelt lament for a raw, eclectic London” – BBC

“A masterpiece” – iTunes

For those still wary of parting with their cash, you can download album track Riot Ting completely FREE, before picking up your Vinyl/CD/MP3 version of the album direct from Tru Thoughts or from all decent record shops.

Whilst all that was going down, I also found out a remix I did for Brixtonian dub lovers The Soothsayers is finally dropping next month, and you can preview it below, so get your teeth into this while I catch up on some sleep…

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