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Take the rhythms and voice of El-P from his 2002 album “Fantastic Damage.” Then add …

The quirkiness of De La Soul’s 1989 debut “3 Feet High and Rising.” Then add …

The lo-fi sensibilities of Beck’s 1996 album “Odelay.” The result?

Junk Science’s new album, “A Miraculous Kind Of Machine.”

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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