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General News / July 7, 2017

Dublin producer Marcus Woods drops a new mixtape

General News / July 7, 2017

Dublin producer Marcus Woods drops a new mixtape

Following his debut offering ‘For You’, 17-year-old Clondalkin beat maker Marcus Woods has once again delivered with another 20 minute culmination of wavy, Pharsyde-esque beats on ‘from time’.

 

Following in a line of numerous young Irish beat-makers like Gaptoof, who also released new material this week, j a r j a r j r, Kean Kavanagh and Nxbody, the 12-track lo-fi hip hop compilation exemplifies 2017 innovation dipped in 90s class.

A smooth and well-rounded piece of work in a field where monotony is always a danger.

‘from time’ is a perfect listen for you Friday afternoon, check it out below or hit the download link to listen later.