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Feek is the name for Auxiliary Phoenix & Shriekin’s newest venture.


Separately Auxiliary Phoenix and Shriekin have become known as two of Ireland’s most forward-thinking artists, pushing the boundaries of hip hop, jazz and grime and collaborating with all manner of artists.

Now going under the names Qboi Skew (Auxiliary Phoenix) and BF Jack (Shriekin), for the time being at least, they’ve released the first track under the name Feek.

‘Some Wan’, in the words of BF Jack, is a “super overblown and
consequentially late summer barbecue anthem about raw sex and
rural-urban migration”.

Check it out below.

Words: Staff Writer 
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