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Eric Lau (UK) & Red Bull Sound Select's Team Dynamite music

Eric Lau (UK) and Red Bull Sound Select's Team Dynamite release exclusive track

With no previous affiliation, London based beat architect Eric Lau chose Team Dynamite from the infamous Red Bull Sound Select roster to collaborate in the Red Bull Studio Auckland, bringing you a finished track with an eight hour goal between live BaseFM sets and international travel. The track “One Up” has now been released and can be heard here.

"To me, music is a universal language," Eric muses. "That's cliché, but it is. Regardless of where I am, or who I'm working with, my job is to marry the music to the song, and capture the best performance I can. If I can learn something along the way, even better. This is my first official New Zealand collaboration." Hopefully it's the start of many more.

Click here to listen to the track released today.

Click here to read about the background of Eric Lau’s and Team Dynamite’s collaboration.

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