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2 Wise 2 Wed? Remix Package

2 Wise 2 Wed? Remix Package 

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’2 Wise 2 Wed?’ is charting across stations throughout New Zealand as it is released abroad on Tokyo Dawn Record compilation 'The Boogie 4'.  
Coco Solid and Tim ‘Jizmatron’ Checkley have collaborated with a deadly pool of remix talent to celebrate. Kutcorners, She’s So Rad, Badd Energy, Boston Rodriguez, Five Foot Short have all reworked the tune.
Kutcorners is producer DJ instrumentalist Matt Perry based in Vancouver B.C.  A strong focus on R&B and heavy basslines he is also a member of musical collective “The Freshest” (

She’s So Rad are an Auckland based 4 piece band (Jeremy Toy, Anji Sami, Phil Hadfield, John Parker) crossing everything from Shoegaze to Discoboogie since their 2011 debut. ‘In Circles’ A series of cult singles under their belt the group have toured with Ladyhawke in the UK, shared the stage with U.M.O and are set to release their second album this year (

Badd Energy is the noize punk rap collective with members (Sam Moore, Coco Solid, Trixie Darko, Jeremy Sauvao and Thom Burton) throughout Australasia. With their politically outspoken psychedelia, the group released ‘Underwater Pyramids’ on Flying Nun Records last year (

Boston Rodriguez is the producer, DJ and musician hailing from the UK. From drum & bass to orchestral scoring to radio show ruling, Rodriguez has toured and gained critical acclaim worldwide. He is set to release his latest album ‘The Internet is Dead’ this 2014 (

Five Foot Short is a DJ / Producer, currently living in Auckland, New Zealand. With the ability to effortlessly maneuver through the realms of house and techno and the aim to constantly experimented across the spectrum of electronic music. (
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