Thursday, May 24, 2012

Gossamer x Sir Froderick: Charlie



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Something that came down from my man Gossamer. He and Sir Froderick got to a collab just a few weeks back and sent it over. A track called Charlie which is a classic beat banger again with the ingredients familiar to all: drums, and bassline and theatrical elements like a staccato piano and strings. Say wrd.



No word yet on plans for this one, but stay tuned...

H!

2 comments:

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