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Kilo Kish - 'Creepwave' [Listen]

Kilo Kish - 'Creepwave' [Listen]

by New Music Team, 05 September 2012

A new day, a new genre of music.

We're not sure Kilo Kish is trying to fly the flag for a new genre, especially since most artists found on Tri Angle Records would fit the tag better, but 'Creepwave' seems an appropriate title for a track that sounds like a drunk 2am voicemail.

Big things are coming her way.

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