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NZCA/Lines - 'Okinawa Channels'

Sleaze-free synthgroove

We’ve decided we’re going to forgive Michael Lovett’s slightly jarring nom de tunes, but only because of his wondrous way with a sleaze-free synthgroove. Like Hot Chip after enforce d waxing and compulsory enrolment in BRIT School evening class, ‘Okinawa Channels’ is liquid electronica smoother than Sade sipping piña coladas on Miami Beach.

NZCA/LINES - Okinawa Channels by Oohbrilliant

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