Garrett Dutton's Philadelphonic tonic—a potent blend of hip hop and blues—still ploughs fresh ground as a mingling of seemingly closely related genres. Besides some North Mississippi bands and a few scattered others, G. and his pals pretty much set the standard for mixing rural roots and urban sounds, further complicating things by stirring in such disparate stuff as Philly soul, psychedelia, even rock steady. The last, complete with a contemporary steely edge, surfaces in a cover of Delroy Wilson's "Wontcha Come Home" on G.'s... More >>>