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Four years after their debut album, Hybrid Minds return with a brand new 15 track collection of sublime Drum amp; Bass. Not just a solo affair, the duo have enlisted the help of a league of talented vocalists to help bring their vision to life, with contributions from Tiffani Juno, Rocky Nti, Charlotte Haining, Linguistics and long-time collaborator Grimm amongst many others.

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