The artist chosen for the focus of this introduction and review is definitely different from any artist we have had before. This week we will be moving away from predominantly electronic music and opening the garden door to indie/alternative greatness.
30 seconds into the Slow Machete experience, you will understand the need I had to write this article. The information provided on SoundCloud indicated that the album sales will be used for development of farms and education in Cap Haitien so I had to find out more about the details of the project. This is the result of an enquiry into its story of passion so I hope you enjoy the review and interview.