This fourth album by the London based quintet mashes up art rock, jazz, funk and good old-fashioned noise into what might be (according to one reviewer) "either the future of jazz or an infernal racket". Recorded after two years of heavy touring by the band, it's their most potent statement yet.
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Mercury Prize shortlist 2009
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