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This week's entry is only a shorty, which I'm given to understand from the great philosopher Iyaz is also a term of endearment for someone who's not unlike a melody in one's head, or an iPod stuck on replay (what a genius that man was. Absolute genius). 

I just wanted something super cool and with a dirty groove to get you through the week, and All Four Walls by Gorgon City and Vaults is exactly that. I like to think of it as a positive track, about breaking down the mental barriers stopping you from getting shit done and finding yourself in a place of complete freedom. Who doesn't want that? 

If the brevity of this week's post has left you feeling somewhat upset, fear not my child. My writing hat is firmly on and over the next few weeks, there'll be plenty of verse tumbling from me ol' mind chasm. Until then, just have a nice dance and try not to think too much about stuff that doesn't deserve your attention. 

x

P.S., I'm really not happy about the snake image on the cover art. Slithery little buggers. 

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About the curator - Matt Jenko

 Matt Jenko - Music to Curator

Matt Jenko is a university postgraduate and music producer with an unhealthy obsession with Rick & Morty and all things Game of Thrones. When he’s not in the studio (a rare occurrence these days), he’s fueling his passion for music either on the net or out in the real world. He likes being out in the nature (in the least strenuous capacity though, let’s be real here) and chilling with his cat, and he’s also pretty proud of his mammoth collection of books that he’s never read.

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