Despite being overshadowed by labelmates DJ Zeph and Variable Unit, Dissent isn‘t a group that can be easily dismissed. Their progressive jazztronic stance mixes musical improvisation with dancefloor sensibilities, resulting in an album experimental enough to take chances, yet grounded enough to deliver results. Lead Dissenter Gregory Howe (who also runs the Wide Hive label) has assembled a talented ensemble whose technical musical chops never get in the way of the groove. Mixing Moogs, saxophones, conga drums, violas, violins and stand-up bass with sample loops, synthesizers, and electronic beats, Swap Meet Seers‘ vibrancy proves in no uncertain terns that acid jazz didn‘t die, it only multiplied.