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TMet Recordings Fuel High Octane with Kiwi music

'TMet Recordings Fuel High Octane with Kiwi music'

Press Release: Mohawk Media

The following tracks from TMet Recordings will be featured in 'Detonate', the next title from High Octane, NZ publishers of the popular performance car DVD series.


'Nine One One' - Andy Qroniq (D&B, NZ)
'On the Other Hand' - Nub (Chillout, UK)
'Liquid' - Focus (Hard Dance, NZ)
'Absolute Zero' - H.U.M.N (Hard Dance, NZ)
'Whakatane' - The Filterbrats (House, NZ)
'Zulu Nation' - Mr Sketchy & Mr Steady (Psytrance, UK)

For TMet news, hardware/software reviews, DJ/producer interviews and to buy homegrown Kiwi Chillout, Trance, House, D&B, Hard Dance and Quirky tracks as highest quality MP3s go to: http://www.tmet.co.nz

High Octane's 'Detonate' is due out on 22nd of September. For more details go to: http://www.highoctane.co.nz

ENDS

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