Unknown #002 & #003

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Last week we brought you some sounds by an unknown producer who had chosen to release their music anonymously. We are still unaware of who it is, though a few rumours have been flying around the office as to who it could be based on a number of mad cap theories, which we wont reproduce here. These latest tracks should firmly divert the attention away from that chatter and instead shift the discussion towards the merit and consistency of the production. It’s a genuinely exciting concept which seems to be fulfilling its initial aims of getting people to appraise the music based on what it is, rather than who it’s by… 

We’ll keep you updated on this one. Enjoy…

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