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We're never sure what early career milestones a band has to reach before they're considered "too big" to be included among the proper eight, but we assumed an EP on esteemed XL Recordings seemed like a safe bet? No? Then take note. Racking up Odd Future comparisons in the press can either intrigue or disgust, depending on one's horror-core reflexes, but this four-man Harlem-based crew (all of whom are quite young, it should be noted) seem more focused on channeling their angsty punk energy into off-the-wall beats and hyper-speed rhymes than simply becoming smart-asses who aren't actually as smart as they think they are. The big difference is you find yourself rooting for them.