Diplo's Florida is a record so fraught with dopeness, it's almost too stirring to bear - especially in one sitting. Enduring the Floridian beatsmith and half of Hollertronix's entire debut LP is the sonic equivalent of trying to eat an entire birthday cake in an hour. Essentially, this is Dirty South instrumentality as high art, clogged with haunted organs, businesslike strings, 808 claps, horror cellos and all sorts of glitches and percussive debris floating in a swamp of crunked-up dynamism. That's just the tip of the iceberg. In terms of production quality, in one fell swoop this precious record almost completely negates DJ Shadow's whole career.