Armand Hammer return with “B.E.T.” and EP

Blake Gillespie

The duo of Armand Hammer, consisting of billy woods and Elucid, dominated our 2013 fall with a mixtape (Half Measures), a full length (Race Music), and by playing our CMJ showcase at Shea Stadium. Never short-changing their followers, Armand Hammer return with an EP that lacks the typical brevity of the format and demonstrates a sustained vigor for collaboration among woods and Elucid.

The Furtive Movements EP is Armand Hammer once again bombing the system, as heard on lead single “B.E.T.” With a baseline that rumbles like seismic shifts, “B.E.T.” makes no mention of the black television station. Instead, both woods and Elucid match styles that stream through their consciousness and hinge upon graphic details like eight million scenarios in the naked city playing out within each verse.

The Furtive Movements EP is out August 5 on Backwoodz Studioz on vinyl and iTunes.

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