If, like me, your first taste of Nonstop To Cairo was the loose and funky “Million Dollar Space,” then the opening salvo of their latest album, KAI, might come as a bit of a shock. “Awkward Situations” comes for you right from the off, a blend of ska-punk swagger, rock muscle, and just enough funk in the groove to stop it from slipping into nostalgic, cliched realms. It certainly makes its presence felt and might have you thinking, boy, has this…

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