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Recloose joins the George FM Whanau!

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? Recloose joins the George FM Whanau!

Detroit-expat Matthew Chicoine aka Recloose has been rocking clubs, concert halls, warehouses, churches, and clock radios around the world for the last ten years. As an understudy of techno legend Carl Craig, Mr. Chicoine developed a keen ear for music that inspires, moves, challenges, and still forces you to jiggle your ass. So, after a seven year hiatus from radio, Recloose finds his way back to the airwaves via George FM for his New Zealand broadcast debut.

'HIT IT AND QUIT IT' is a showcase of hand-selected gems collected over years of vinyl digging from across the musical universe- soul classics, jazz, go-go and hip-hop, disco, boogie, future funk, unreleased exclusives, and other global dancefloor business.

Featuring national and international guests from the Recloose musical camp, occasional antics, and a big ass library of music to inspire the lovers and the dancers alike.

To find out more about the man check out www.recloose.com Also stay tuned for details on Recloose's forthcoming album,'Perfect Timing'...

Be sure to lock your radio to 96.8FM from 6 till 8pm Mondays, for Hit It And Quit It, with Recloose, starting Monday 17th Dec.

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More info
www.georgefm.co.nz
www.recloose.com
Cheers for your time!
George


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