(Crocodile) The Physics, one of the 206's leading hiphop acts for the past six years, have just released a new album called Digital Wildlife. The mode of this work is very mellow, very clean (in terms of production), and robotically romantic (in terms of mood), but it also does not break with their other releases—Tomorrow People, Love Is a Business, and Future Talk. True, there is an unusually large dose of singing on this recording (and one track, the lovely "Pay It Off," is all soul vocals), but as a whole, Digital Wildlife still sounds and feels like the other beats made by the talented trio of Thig Nat, Monk Wordsmith, and Justo. With Tangerine and DJ Nick Beeba. See also My Philosophy.