On the Record: Hunx and His Punx, Jackson Scott, Ebony Bones and more

By Bill Chenevert
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Ebony Bones
Behold, A Pale Horse
(1984 Records)
Sounds like: The second from the British soap opera star-turned-musician is a darkly complex and enticing mix of artful pop, soul, punk and electronica.
Free association: A totally compelling and fascinating listen from start to finish.
For fans of: Janelle Monae/Santigold/V V Brown + Grace Jones, sampled elephants.

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