‘Disturb the equilibrium” has been Antipop Consortium’s credo since they formed five years back, and their second album, “Arrhythmia,” is another welcome one-finger salute to hip-hop’s pop mainstream.

These guys glory in doing it differently, in taking risks to push the hip-hop genre into a surreal electro-futurist direction by fusing beefy bass rumbles with a myriad of mad synth sounds.

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