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November 29, 2017

This Song: Cut/Copy

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Australian electronic band Cut/Copy has a new record out called Haiku from Zero.  They’ve been making music that melds samples with live instrumentation since the early 2000’s. Listen as founder Dan Whitford explains how hearing The Avalanches “A Different Feeling” when he first started his career helped open his eyes to how creative and expansive dance music could be.

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