The Difference Machine, Unmasking the Spirit Fakers (COLOR)

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    A New World World Intro
    Repeater feat. Sa-Roc
    Car Key feat. Denmark Vessey
    The Joint feat. Dillon
    Flat Circles
    Pulling Capers feat. Homeboy Sandman
    It Ain't
    Huckleberry Finn Day
    Re Up feat. Quelle Chris
    New World feat. Sum


    -Long-awaited 3rd album by Atlanta's supreme psychedelic hip hop outfit.
    -Known for their extremely rowdy yet transcendental live show with rotating ensemble of musicians and mind-melting equipment on stage.
    -Features guest raps from Sa-Roc, Quelle Chris, Homeboy Sandman, Denmark Vessey, Dillon & Sum.
    -Guest production from Chris Hunt (Drummer for now defunct ATL band, Cloudeater, helmed by vocalist, Sam Dew) and Threepeeoh (Producer for Public Enemy's, DJ Lord).

    Who are the spirit fakers? What do they want? These are just two of the many questions posed by The Difference Machine on their 3rd full length album, nullUnmasking the Spirit Fakers'. Loosely based on an essay by the master magician himself, Harry Houdini, nullUnmasking the Spirit Fakers' finds the Atlanta-based psychedelic hip hop outfit examining the motives and practices of those who attempt to provide cure-alls and treatments for spiritual ills. Are they gurus or snake oil salesmen? Though abstract in their approach, The Difference Machine attempts to pin down these answers for the listener via a vast backdrop rich with dense lyricism and mind-bending production. Songs like 'Repeater' and 'Flat Circles' place them in the role of shaman whereas songs like 'Car Key' and 'It Ain't' venture to ask if they themselves are the spirit fakers in question. Regardless of what role the ensemble assumes, the album was crafted with the human psyche in mind. Poignant guest appearances from hip hop heavyweights such as Sa-Roc (Rhymesayers), Quelle Chris (Mello Music Group), Homeboy Sandman, Denmark Vessey, Dillon & Sum add more colors to the canvas. The only wish of The Difference Machine is that the listener is both entertained and enlightened by this auditory adventure. They hope whatever conclusion you come to will be through honesty and sincerity. Perhaps one day we will all be unmasked.