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Gatekeeper - 'Tree Drum'

Gatekeeper create a party in a jungle

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This early cut from New York production duo Gatekeeper’s upcoming debut album ‘Exo’ reimagines the club dancefloor as a sweltering rainforest. Synths slither snake-like between your legs, beats judder like an approaching pygmy war party, and while your head is turned, a spider monkey swings over and steals your pint.
Louis Pattison


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