On Slick Sixty's full-length debut, the British trio lay down sleepy, after-hours electro-funk with a heavy '70s/retro influence. This isn't block-rockin' stuff here, just pleasant, smoky electronica built on a foundation of lazy beats, live instruments, and some superb cutting and scratching from guest DJ Scratch Professor. Some of the album feels like filler around the excellent single "The Wrestler," but the overall vibe of Nibs and Nabs is seductively samey.
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AllMusic Review by Andy Hinds