Rap-Up: Kid Hum's Fossil Fuel... for free?

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Fresh from producing the excellent Whygee and Sunkenstate project, Suicide Watch, producer Kid Hum (also known as DJ Dylon on Basementalism) goes off on his own with a solo project. He's currently offering his instrumental album, Fossil Fuel, for free download, and trust me, this is something you don't want to pass up. It would be sacrilegious to compare Hum to DJ Shadow, but let's just say that if you like Shadow's work, there may be a few joints you'll enjoy on Fossil Fuel. Get the album and track listing after the jump.
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