DMF RecordsCD/LP2017(Review by Steve Shafer)Ever since this iteration of The Selecter with Pauline Black, Arthur “Gaps” Hendrickson, and (secret weapon) Neil Pyzer began releasing new music, starting with Made in Britain in 2011, each subsequent record has topped the last. Their most recent release, 2015’s excellent Subculture (read our ridiculously in-depth review of it), has been surpassed by The Selecter’s latest entry Daylight, which may be this band’s best record yet.As one would expect from a 2 Tone act, there are uncompromisingly political songs addressing social, economic, and racial injustice that stimulate one’s mind, conscience, and body
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