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New Loop Select Mixtape - Berlin to LA via Wellington

New Loop Select Mixtape - Berlin to LA via Wellington


Released just in time for the end of September, the new Loop Select Mixtape!LPMT004 is yet another labour of love from us to you, all for FREE.

This time around, we're showcasing a range of banging new tunes, spanning from Berlin to Los Angeles with a few stops across New Zealand throughout, and it's available to stream or download exclusively on Baboom.

The legend that is Mark De Clive-Lowe sits perfectly alongside brand new talentsBAYNK and Commune 84, along with a new tune from rising star Bailey Wiley. All topped off with a sprinkling of Loop goodness from Electric Wire Hustle'sAeons EP, and an exclusive tune from brand new Loop signing Chambres which you won't find anywhere else. You're welcome.

01. Take It From Me by Bailey Wiley
02. Rising One by Sacha Vee
03. Sundae by BAYNK
04. Circles by Commune 84
05. Smokelight (Instrumental) by Chambres
06. Desert Of The Real by Electric Wire Hustle
07. Sun Up Sun Down (Pastrana Remix) by Mark De Clive-Lowe
08. Kira Kira Zig Zag by I Am Robot & Proud

Stream and download the goodness right here exclusively on Baboom.


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