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Mat Zo Just Put Up 5 Unbelievable New Tracks For Stream On Soundcloud

Mat Zo Just Put Up 5 Unbelievable New Tracks For Stream On Soundcloud
Fraser

Talk about a quick start to the new year. The enormously talented British producer, Mat Zo, has once again dropped some songs that seriously push the envelope of electronic music, which has become a rather common occurrence for him.

Whether or not these songs are just old demo’s that never made the cut on some of his albums, or previews to a new LP coming up, every single one of them is truly unique. This diverse collection has multiple songs that are absolutely bound to blow your mind. Castrated (I know kinda a gnarly track name) is my personal favorite but their truly is something for everyone to enjoy. Hopefully we get an update or a download on these tracks soon but until then enjoy that stream.

Mat Zo – Rejected Album Demos |

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Fraser

just a kid from Oakland with a serious love for moombahton, smooth jazz, and all the good stuff in between.

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