Hospitals, disability, the cycle of learning and re-learning how to walk in artificial limbs. A Black nurse, her son and a complicated relationship with their adopted snowy home as members of the West Indian Diaspora, a people twice removed. The EP “Roxbury & Wooden Legs” is all these things and more. Nestor Wynrush works through grief, coping mechanisms, nostalgia and memories of his mother “travelling” to the otherside as her family held her hands, bedside. This is lineage love, exploring identity music. Wynrush’s Carribean-informed, Prairie Rap-Soul vocals soothingly flow over the welcoming beats of mcenroe. So, let’s talk life, Terry Fox and Ed O.G lyrics as we skip rocks over a moody lake. Wynrush x mcenroe = Headphones, Car, Walks and Busrides
released January 13, 2020
All songs written and performed by E.Walsh (SOCAN). All songs produced, mixed and mastered by R. Bailey (SOCAN).
"Give In" Guest vocals by Kalliane Brémault.
Photos by Kevin Jones. Layout & Illustration by Allan Lorde.
Copyright 2020, Peanuts & Corn Records / Trinnipeg. All Rights Reserved
supported by 11 fans who also own “Roxbury & Wooden Legs”
Cannot express how special it is to have Buck back. What a piece to come back with too.
Since you've been gone, I've driven a car into the depths of the Jordanian Wadi Rum desert listening to Hymnpeace. That's a thing that happened. choreogeo1
supported by 9 fans who also own “Roxbury & Wooden Legs”
I don't love this lp. homeboy sandman and r.a.p. ferreira would run 5 mns at least. good fucking god that's obnoxious.
Homeboy Sandman is a peddler of Christian evangelical tropes too, making him a total bore. like who fucking needs joel osteen on the mic. evangelical christians in the u.s. are simply obnoxious fuckers, Jeremy Leaming