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Stack & Piece Release New Single 'Break Control'

Stack & Piece Release New Single 'Break Control'

Release Date: 27th JAN 2016

File Under: Bass, Electronic

Fresh from off a slew of high profile gigs around New Zealand, Waikato producers and the DJ-duo behind the Soundscape music festival, Stack & Piece have teamed up with newcomers Campus Kit to deliver Break Control.

Their first single of the year features vocal contributions from a host of New Zealand's top up-and-coming artists including; Samahra Eames, Vodafone Music Award winner LarzRanda, andDiaz Grimm, who has just been confirmed for SXSW 2016.

Break Control is a frenetic mixture of electronic genres that, like offerings from What So Not and Carmada, can only be described as bass music.

With a three track EP, Love Goes, due out mid-March on Medium Rare Recordings, and their last two singles hitting in the Top 30 of Beatports Top 100 Hip-Hop charts, Break Control marks the start of a very big year for Stack & Piece.



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