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Stack & Piece "The Love Goes EP"


Release Date: 27th September 2016
Label: Medium Rare Recordings
File Under: Electronic / Dance

Earlier this year Stack & Piece stormed the scene with their debut single ‘Burning Out’ ft. Helen Corry. The single hit #1 in the Spotify Viral 50, #1 electronic and #13 overall iTunes charts NZ and also scored a top 20 spot on the Aria Club Chart. Meanwhile, the track was busy getting love from Australian DJ royalty which included airtime on Triple J’s Friday Night Shuffle hosted by The Aston Shuffle.

Some might say Stack & Piece had a tough job ahead of them following their debut but they definitely delivered (and then some) with this offering. Medium Rare Records are proud to present the debut EP from Stack & Piece – ‘The Love Goes’.

Title track ‘The Love Goes’ ft. Campuskit provides layer upon layer of beautiful synths, soulful vocals and tasteful percussion. It’s B-side ‘Want To Fall’ ft. Matt Bidois and RUBE is drenched in hypnotic vocals as it takes the listener on a transcendent three-minute journey. ‘The Love Goes EP’ forms what will undoubtedly bring further success to the duo as they deliver yet again.


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