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50Hz new single 'Seek Know More'

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa presents...

50 Hz Seek Know More 12"

The latest missive from Wellington studio whizz 50Hz is Seek Know More, an awesome 4-track slab of wax taken from his album Carbon.

Featuring singer Ladi6, on vocal duties, the 12" boasts 3 remix versions from 50Hz himself as well as an international collaboration with rising UK talent Xantone Blacq, who's recent releases on Vinyl Junkies have been championed by the likes of Gilles Peterson, Patrick Forge, Pete Kruder and Rainer Truby to name a few. Xan has reworked the track completely for his Golden Ladder remix, re-creating his own unique Soul/Jazz/R&B vibes.

In discerning music stores NZ wide from Friday 13 November.


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