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Cat Lord Onoe Caponoe has blessed the new decade with his latest album ‘Invisible War’. It depicts a very different landscape from that of ‘Surf or Die’, despite having the same production team around him, which allows Onoe’s punchy flow to carry listeners through an array of emotional dimensions. 

The range and depth of sounds are as impressive as ever, there is a familiar feature from L-zee Roselli (and a dolphin) whilst Miles Dare’s verses on ‘Exorcist’ and early-release single ‘Breaking out the Mist- Into the Light’ also stand out.

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