If you're anxiously waiting for the next Portishead album… then keep waiting. Producer and spokesperson Geoff Barrow is too distracted working on about a million other things: There's his Invada label, home to enigmatic chanteuse Anika and sludgegazers Though Forms; there's his post-rock band Beak>, who are due for a sophomore album this year; and Drokk, an homage to the comic book hero Judge Dredd. Then there is Quakers, an ensemble featuring Australian beatmaker Ashley "Katalyst" Anderson and longtime Portishead engineer Stuart "7Stu7" Matthews. (Barrow, for his part, uses the alias "Fuzzface.") Quakers aims to shake the foundations of indie hip-hop with a rolling cast of MCs from durable vets like dead prez and Bootie Brown of the Pharcyde to new jacks like Synato Watts and FC the Truth.