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  1. Brown, Andrew Phelan & Origami - “Dusted Roots Vol. 3†In a follow up to their recent smash collaboration on Drop Music, San Francisco’s Andrew Phelan & Origami team up with Nottingham’s Brown for Volume 3 of the ‘Dusted Roots’ series. Representing a departure from the traditional style of Prismatic Tracks, the Dusted Roots releases draw heavily on a classic, trackier, more sample based sound. The Dusted Roots series has received support from a diverse set of DJs including Funk D’Void, Heather, Mazi, Jay-J, Colette and Laurent Garnier. Volume 1 bred the hit single ‘New Jack’s Revenge’, which hit #1 on Stompy.com’s top 100 chart. In a review of Volume 2, iDJ described the track ‘It All Goes Down’ as “Two parts ‘Energy Flash’ to one part heavy Chicago jack, it’s deep house at its darkest, most strobe intensive and some (me) would say very best. Awesome." Volume 3 looks set to follow in the same footsteps with 3 tracks blending the lines between funk, deep and tech house. Listen: 1. Stand Up 2. Good Party Life 3. Don’t Trust Myself Available now exclusively at Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/label/prismatic+tracks DJ Support: Laurent Garnier “da fonkyness yes yes will playyyYYYYY†Shur-i-kan “very funky†Robert Owens “stand up track is cool, thanks†Fred Everything “Nice set of party tools. Stand Up is my fav here thx†Tedd Patterson “thats hot. who's got the funk?!!!!†Bryan Jones “damn, solid ep here. really bass heavy bumpy stuff compared to what ive heard from you guys before. i bet they sound wicked on a club system†Andy (Inland Knights) “great ep...was rocking stand up for a while few months ago but love good party life....!†Jason Hodges “Fresh ep..choice cut:Stand Up!†Raoul Belmans (Swirl People) “Stand up and Good party life! Both really nice tracks!†Giom “Excellent, I'm really feeling this! ‘Stand up’ is my favourite cut, but i'll also play ‘good party’ out! Thanks for sending, full support!†Jay West “cool party tunes†Joshua Heath “i dig that dubby bounce against the cool horns on stand up. really dig the warehouse vibe on dont trust myself.. will def be givin these a pound or two :-)†Miles Maeda “Love the simplicity and sassy bump of Don't Trust Myself. Good job!†Littlemen “really like stand up and party life, top tracks. nice one chaps.†Da Sunlounge “I like this EP, Always a fan of Brown & Prismatic Good Party Life is the main one for me I think.†Ken Christensen “I really like Don't Trust Myself. Will definatly play this one as it has a cool and different vibe to it.†DJ Mes “now thats what im talking about! good stuff here, been digginparty life for some time now. Keep em comin!†Rick Preston “Really feeling "Stand Up" and "Good Party Life".....Slammin!†Radio Support: Radio 1, Ibiza Global Radio, Radio Fritz, Proton Radio, Motion FM, Chicago House FM, George FM, My House Your House, Fresh Air, Top Radio Belgium, Point Blank FM, SS Radio UK, Club FM, Radio Petersburg, Global Beats FM, Frisky Radio Founded in 2005, Prismatic Tracks is run out of San Francisco’s famed Moulton Studios complex by DJ and producer Andrew Phelan. The label is focused on a blend of deep, funk, and tech based house music, driven by the sounds of musicians and vocalists such as Origami, Audio Angel and Brown. Prismatic’s roster features some of the premier names in house music, including Bryan Jones, Chris Lum, Christian Malloni, Jake Childs, Jazzy Eyewear, Luke Solomon, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Ross Couch, and Santiago & Bushido. For more information please visit: www.prismatictracks.com
  2. George Cochrane “My Synthesizer Won’t Behave†(The Luke Solomon Remixes) George Cochrane’s original release of ‘My Synthesizer Won’t Behave’ garnered rave reviews, with a perfect 10/10 in iDJ and comparisons to Green Velvet, Freaks, and Classic Recordings, which lead to a request from Luke Solomon himself to do a set of remixes for Prismatic! The Luke Solomon Remixes are being released simultaneously with a re-release of the original My Synthesizer Won’t Behave package on Prismatic 011, now including additional instrumental versions of George’s original, Andrew Phelan & Origami’s mix, and The Fingermonsters mix. The Luke Solomon Remixes - Listen: 1. Luke Solomon Dark Mix 2. Luke Solomon Light Mix 3. Luke Solomon Acid Mix Original Mixes + New Instrumentals - Listen: 1. Original Mix 2. Original Instrumental Mix 3. Andrew Phelan & Origami Mix 4. Andrew Phelan & Origami Instrumental Mix 5. The Fingermonsters Mix 6. The Fingermonsters Instrumental Mix Available now exclusively at Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/label/prismatic+tracks DJ Support: Jesse Rose “i like the light mix, reminds me of the 'classic' dayz.†Silicone Soul “delighted to recieve such quality tunage! this tune is rocking†Style Of Eye “Love this! Will play all three!†Nathan Coles “Great rework by Luke here.... Well twisted! Will play for sure! Thanks )†Chris Duckenfield “Meaty, beaty, big and bouncy...Acid mix makes me all gooey Full support†Ewan Pearson “the freaks come out... luke on great form. big smile on my face over this one.†Behrouz “this is great, i like it alot, will play it.†Chris Fortier “luke solomon creates the funky wiggle we like†Hector Romero “Rocking party Jam - I'm all over it.†Laurent Garnier “Luke's a proper tune maker Looove this full support†Anthony Pappa “I like the Dark mix the best. Many thanks.†Rocky (X-press 2) “Light mix is the best for me.†Timmy Stewart “This is outstanding.... Wicked vocal and all mixes are great, def be using them all.†Tuomas "Phonogenic" Salmela “The Dark Mix is the bomb yo. Luke brings out the goods, once again.†Original Release Support: iDJ 10/10 review ““A wonderful name for a track is ‘My Synthesizer Won’t Behave’. And its style – all rough jacking electro drums, bleeps, fat basslines and, most memorably, Green Velvet-style vocals – lives up to its name. The breakdown is a a showstopper. The fun doesn’t end there. Andrew Phelan and Origami’s remix is a masterpiece of percussion power and, if anything, outdoes the original. Monsta have a monster on their hands.†Tom Findlay (Groove Armada) "Great vocal, perfect for those left of centre nights" Johnny Fiasco “some tech-filth-funk!!†Onionz “FAT ASS BASS. DOPE DRUMS†Tedd Patterson “Im really feelin this little ditty!†Nathan Coles “Ablsoultely bloody marvelous and will play till the cows come home and go back out again.†Luke Solomon has had a successful career spanning almost 17 years. He has worked his way up through the ranks gaining recognition from all different fields of electronica and dance. Starting in the early 90's he went from record shop attended to securing a job Freetown records working with artists such as, Felix the Housecat, Masters at Work, Jamie Principle and Marshall Jefferson. He then went on to work with Roger Sanchez at Narcotic in the mid 90's. This led to his long lasting friendship and partnership with Derrick Carter and the setting up of their legendary label, Classic. Through all of this Luke has retained a successful production career with partner Justin Harris, as Freak's, and as a recently established solo artist, recording for Radioslave's Rekids amongst others. Founded in 2005, Prismatic Tracks is run out of San Francisco’s famed Moulton Studios complex by DJ and producer Andrew Phelan. The label is focused on a blend of deep, funk, and tech based house music, driven by the sounds of musicians and vocalists such as Origami, Sen-Sei, Audio Angel and Brown. Prismatic’s roster features some of the premier names in house music, including Bryan Jones, Chris Lum, Christian Malloni, Jake Childs, Jazzy Eyewear, Luke Solomon, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Ross Couch, and Santiago & Bushido. For more information please visit: www.prismatictracks.com
  3. Andrew Phelan & Origami feat. Audio Angel – Take Your Time - Out Now! feat. Christian Malloni, Jazzy Eyewear, Jevne remixes Prismatic Tracks reach their 10th release on which label boss Andrew Phelan teams up once again with long time production partner Origami for a deep and soulful outing. Take Your time features the vocal talents of fellow San Franciscan Audio Angel, with tasty remix package that includes versions from Jazzy Eyewear, Christian Malloni and Jevne, and has garnered wide ranging support from the likes of Mark Farina, Luke Solomon, Colette, Laurent Garnier, Robert Owens, Roger Sanchez, and Inland Knights. The duo of Andrew Phelan & Origami first surfaced in 2004 when they quickly made a name for themselves in the international ‘underground’ house community thanks to releases on labels such as Drop Music, Eight-Tracks, Body Rhythm, Chillin’, Onethirty, So Sound and Yerba Buena Discos. Their work can be heard in collaborations with various musicians and vocalists such as Sen-Sei, Brown and, on this release, Audio Angel. Future releases in 2009 include tracks for Amenti and a remix for Lost My Dog. Listen: 1. Take Your Time (Original Mix) 2. Take Your Time (Jazzy Eyewear Mix) 3. Take Your Time (Christian Malloni Mix) 4. Take Your Time (Jevne Mix) Available now exclusively at Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/label/prismatic+tracks DJ Support: Mark Farina, Luke Solomon, Colette, Laurent Garnier, Robert Owens, Roger Sanchez, Inland Knights, JT Donaldson, Shur-i-kan, Jay West, Hector Moralez, Alland Byallo, Ken Christensen (East Coast Boogiemen), Pete Dafeet, Joshua Heath, Atnarko, Bryan Jones, Massimo DaCosta, Miles Maeda, Da Sunlounge, Onionz. Notable Quotables: Mark Farina “thanks super rockin!†Colette “Great vocal, great mixes. It was quite difficult to pick my favorite track. I can see playing all 4 of these.†Laurent Garnier “ohhhhh this is loooovelyyyyyy originalmix is great as well as Christian Malloni's mix Full club support from me†Robert Owens “the christian malloni mix is really cool, nice warm feeling†Mark Doyle (Fierce Angel Radio) “Delicious ...slice of soulful house !!!! Definitely lots of radio play.†JT Donaldson “feelng the original and the jazzy eyewear remix most. a nicely well rounded release over all. nice work!†Alland Byallo “Christian Malloni's mix is excellent!†Bryan Jones “Pretty sweet single. I like the Jazzy Eyewear remix as well. Thanks for sending it†Joshua Heath “great original, really nice tune there. think my fav remix is christians, very nice rework.†Jay West “Diggin christian's mix a lot!†Hector Moralez “Nice guys def digging this release. The mix for me is Christian Malloni's mix. great job with this and def have my support 100%†Ken Christensen (East Coast Boogiemen) “Jazzy and the Christian Malloni Mix's do it for me! Thanks =]†Pete Dafeet “Awesome record, definitely the best Pristmatic yet. Jevne's mix is my favourite but the other three run it mighty close. Keep it up, thanks for sending.†About Prismatic Tracks: Founded in 2005, Prismatic Tracks is run out of San Francisco’s famed Moulton Studios complex by DJ and producer Andrew Phelan. The label is focused on a blend of deep, funk, and tech based house music, driven by the sounds of musicians and vocalists such as Origami, Sen-Sei, Audio Angel and Brown. Prismatic’s roster features some of the premier names in house music, including Bryan Jones, Chris Lum, Christian Malloni, Jake Childs, Jazzy Eyewear, Luke Solomon, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Ross Couch, and Santiago & Bushido. For more information please visit: www.prismatictracks.com
  4. George Cochrane – Everydaylife - Out Now! featuring DJ2, Andrew Phelan & Origami, Sleazy McQueen remixes George Cochrane continues his strong working relationship with Prismatic Tracks with another deep and funky workout featuring his own vocals. Though his name may be new to the ears of many, Cochrane’s music has been heard by the dance music community for years through a variety of partnerships, including his work with DJ2, Andrew Phelan & Origami, Cubik & Origami and The Fingermonsters. This release comes in the wake of Cochrane’s huge track ‘My Synthesizer Won’t Behave’, for Prismatic’s sister label Monsta, which was given a perfect 10/10 review in iDJ and impressed Luke Solomon so much that he personally requested to remix the track. The original and remixes of Everydaylife carve out a unique space in the house music landscape, attracting support from a wide variety of international heavyweights, including the likes of Robert Owens, Roger Sanchez, Colette, Laurent Garnier, Jay-J, DJ Heather, Dave Pezzner, Fred Everything, and Lawnchair Generals. Listen: 1. Everydaylife (Original Mix) 2. Everydaylife (DJ2 Big Mix) 3. Everydaylife (DJ2 Stripped Mix) 4. Everydaylife (Andrew Phelan & Origami Mix) 5. Everydaylife (Sleazy McQueen Mix) Available now exclusively at Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/label/prismatic+tracks iDJ Review: DJ Support: Luke Solomon, Robert Owens, Roger Sanchez, Colette, Laurent Garnier, Jay-J, DJ Heather, Dave Pezzner, Fred Everything, Lawnchair Generals, Raoul Belmans (Swirl People), Sean Dimitrie, Rick Preston, Joshua Heath, JT Donaldson, Miles Maeda, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Pete Dafeet, Bryan Jones, Da Sunlounge, Jay West, Kinky Movement. Radio Support: Ibiza Global Radio, Proton Radio, Club FM, Ibizasonica, Pulse Radio, chicacagohousefm, chicaboom, radio fritz, Red FM, Point Blank FM, Dinamo FM, MyHouse-YourHouse, WAVE 891, Smoke It Deep, Digitally Imported, Global Soul Radio. Notable Quotables: Colette “Loving the DJ2 remixes!†Luke Solomon “liking this alot full support†Laurent Garnier “lovely deepness will play this for sure on my house sets†Robert Owens “another cool track, respect†Dave Pezzner “Nice work all around. Really loving the Sleazy McQueen Mix the most here. Thanks for sending this to me!†DJ Heather “Love me some Prismatic†Fred Everything “dj2 big mix is my fav so far, thx†Peter Christianson (Lawnchair Generals) “killer organ!†Raoul Belmans “DJ2, both mixes are dope. Good vocal track.†JT Donaldson “shits banging !! love the AP remix. many thanks.†Miles Maeda “The original mix is my favorite. Very catchy!†Andy Mcloughlin (Kinky Movement) “like the original and dj2 big mix, nice musical house, old school beats†Sean Dimitrie “Stripped mix and Sleazy McQueen for me on this release, I like it alittle more edgy and freeky sounding thanks.†Rick Preston “Very NICE! The DJ2 BIG MIX is definitely a barn burner!†Pete Dafeet “Another great package. Sleazy's mix is my fave, ridiculously low slung groove!†About Prismatic Tracks: Founded in 2005, Prismatic Tracks is run out of San Francisco’s famed Moulton Studios complex by DJ and producer Andrew Phelan. The label is focused on a blend of deep, funk, and tech based house music, driven by the sounds of musicians and vocalists such as Origami, Sen-Sei, Audio Angel and Brown. Prismatic’s roster features some of the premier names in house music, including Bryan Jones, Chris Lum, Christian Malloni, Jake Childs, Jazzy Eyewear, Luke Solomon, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Ross Couch, and Santiago & Bushido. For more information please visit: www.prismatictracks.com
  5. Monsta 005 - George Cochrane – Spencer Spiketail EP - Out Now! For its fifth release, Monsta Music is proud to present the debut solo EP from George Cochrane, aka Origami. Though his name may be new to the ears of many, his music has been heard by the dance music community for years through a variety of partnerships, including his work with DJ2, Andrew Phelan & Origami, Cubik & Origami, and The Fingermonsters. The Spencer Spiketail EP has been getting rave reviews, with a perfect 10/10 in iDJ, comparisons to Green Velvet, Freaks, and Classic Recordings, and DJ support from the likes of Satoshi Tomiie, Luke Solomon, Groove Armada, Laurent Garnier, Johnny Fiasco, Onionz and M.A.N.D.Y. to name but a few. Listen: 1. My Synthesizer Won't Behave (Original Mix) 2. My Synthesizer Won't Behave (The Fingermonsters Mix) 3. My Synthesizer Won't Behave (Andrew Phelan & Origami Mix) Purchase: http://www.beatport.com/label/monsta+music iDJ Perfect 10 Review: DJ Support: M.A.N.D.Y., Satoshi Tomiie, Luke Solomon, Onionz, Laurent Garnier, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Johnny Fiasco, Tedd Patterson, Troydon, Funky Transport, Sleazy McQueen. Radio Support: Ministry of Sound, Kiss FM, Ibiza Global, Radio Fritz, Proton, Chicago House FM, Ibizasonica, Top, Cyberjamz, Frisky, Myhouse-Yourhouse. Notable Quotables: Satoshi Tomiie “Cool and nicely twisted.. feeling it:)†Tom Findlay (Groove Armada) "Great vocal, perfect for those left of centre nights" Johnny Fiasco “some tech-filth-funk!!†Onionz “FAT ASS BASS. DOPE DRUMS†Tedd Patterson “Im really feelin this little ditty!†Nathan Cole “Ablsoultely bloody marvelous and will play till the cows come home and go back out again.†Funky Transport “cool EP! really liking this. full support!†Sleazy McQueen “I love my synths cause they don't behave.†Worried about Monstas attacking you in the night? Eating you and your children? Protect yourself with high quality Monsta Music apparel available via Spread Shirt, currently featuring the exquisite Cornelius McFang and Gilbert Slimejaw lines of urban combat fashion accessories. Click here to purchase from the Monsta Music Store For more information on George Cochrane, Andrew Phelan & Origami, The Fingermonsters and Monsta Music visit: www.prismatictracks.com
  6. Andrew Phelan & Origami - Dusted Roots Vol. 1 + 2 - Out Now! Dusted Roots Vol. 1 + 2 are the first EPs from San Francisco’s Andrew Phelan & Origami, pressed years ago in extremely limited quantities. These releases have been remastered for the official relaunch and digital distribution of the series on Prismatic Tracks, receiving support across the board from the likes of iDJ, Radio 1, Ministry of Sound Radio, Jay-J, Funk D’Void, Mazi, DJ Heather, Colette, Laurent Garnier and Inland Knights to name but a few. Representing a departure from the traditional style of Prismatic, Dusted Roots tracks draw heavily on a classic, trackier, more sample based sound. Since the release of the Dusted Roots series, Andrew Phelan & Origami have quickly made a name for themselves in the international house community with their mix of funk and tech based sounds built around a variety of live instrumentation and vocals. The duo have releases out and upcoming on Amenti, Body Rhythm, Bounce House, Chillin, Drop Music, Dusted Roots, Eight-Tracks, Fizzin', Lingo, Monsta, Olive, Onethirty, Prismatic, So Sound and Yerba Buena Discos. Their work can be heard in collaborations with various musicians and vocalists such as Sen-Sei, Brown, and Audio Angel, as well as with Cubik and Shawn Allen, who are known together with Andrew Phelan & Origami as The Fingermonsters. Listen: 1. New Jack's Revenge 2. Want Cha 3. Get Down Wit Da Jiggy 4. It All Goes Down 5. Chemical Purchase: Stompy Traxsource Juno DJ Download Dance Records iTunes Beats Digital Vol. 2 iDJ Magazine Review: “The other two tracks are by no means bad, but ‘It All Goes Down’ is so darned good it’s worth getting the EP for that alone. Two parts ‘Energy Flash’ to one part heavy Chicago jack, it’s deep house at its darkest, most strobe intensive and some (me) would say very best. Awesome.†- JT DJ Support: Jay-J, Funk D’Void, Mazi, DJ Heather, Colette, Laurent Garnier, Inland Knights, Demarkus Lewis, Miles Maeda, Da Sunlounge, The Littlemen, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Joshua Heath, Jay West, Sleazy McQueen, Atnarko, Sonny Lopez, Sean Dimitire, Funky Transport, Rick Preston, Murray Richardson, Pete Dafeet, Manuel Sahagun, Ken Christensen, Leon Louder, Eddie Leader. Radio Support: Radio 1, Ministry of Sound Radio, Ibiza Global Radio, Topradio, Chicago House FM, Radio Fritz, Myhouse-Yourhouse, Republik Music, Beat FM, Point Blank FM, Radio Dinamo, PushFM, KissFM, Pulse Radio, Global Soul Radio, Smoothtraxx, Cyberjamz. Volume 1 Notable Quotables: Mazi “Want Cha brings a smile to my face. I wish there was more music like this and less of everything else. This is so raw it reminds me of when people actually did things their own way and everybody didn't sound the same. Ace!†Q-Burns Abstract Message “Great tracks as usual from APO ... New Jacks Revenge works the best for my floor with its popping bass and nice hooks. Want Cha is superb deepness that should work for more initmate sets. Cheers for it!†Da Sunlounge “New jacks revenge will be a fun track to throw at the floor for some peak time fun...†Atnarko “want cha is the one for me ! Great groovey funk !†Joshua Heath “these were jams then, and Im stoked to have them remastered for digi! will def be givin em both a spin in different sets.. cheers guys!†Sean Dimitire “I like Want Cha it's deep and dreamy.†Funky Transport “So very cheeky. So very good. both will have use for me. full support.†Pete Dafeet “Nice package. Can never get enough of Disco Revenge, but Want Cha is my fave - nice melodic grooves†Miles Maeda “I like the intention of this release. I lean towards 'want cha' because it's more understated. It's a versitile release which i'm sure will do well.†Ken Christensen “I like Want Cha, and of course the New Jacks Revenge is a guilty pleasure just because the original disco track that sneak made apparent to the world in big bud, is a nice memory. The Want Cha track is cool, nice sounds, some nice music elements in there to keep my interest all the way through without sounding redundant or over repetative.†Demarkus Lewis “Nice .. Great energy in these.. gonna gonna slide these in where they fit in!!!†Volume 2 Notable Quotables: Q-Burns Abstract Message “Partial to "Get Down" as the "Open Sesame" track it samples is one of my favorites. Weaves the samples in and out quite well, and I like how it all comes together. Should ignite some dancefloors. Cheers for it.†Funk D’Void “Loving Chemical!!!†Da Sunlounge “Nice ep, I like Get down wit da jiggy and chemical. (nice bass on Chemical)†Rick Preston “that's some funky shit right there!†Atnarko “Chemical for me! really nice deep biber!†Joshua Heath "Love these classics comin back man.. I love the rework of the genie, proper shit there.. Also really dig chemical, really nice vibe, different and fresh.†Eddie Leader “Get Down Wit Da Jiggy reminds me of late 90's vibe 7am tracks which is a good thing, nice bass line with a familiar vocal.†For more on Prismatic Tracks visit: www.prismatictracks.com
  7. Monsta 004 - Andrew Phelan & Origami – Winifred Snaggletooth EP - Out Now! For its fourth release, Monsta Music returns with the Winifred Snaggletooth EP from San Francisco’s Andrew Phelan & Origami. The duo take their signature sound darker and techier with lead single "The Box", featuring vocals from Origami himself, and a special Oldschool Mix that brings back a late 90s love of heavy loops and gratuitous filters. Also featuring a remix from label bosses The Fingermonsters, who use their unique and quirky tech/electro style to rachet up the energy a couple notches. Listen: 1. The Box (Original Mix) 2. The Box (Oldschool Mix) 2. The Box (The Fingermonsters Mix) Purchase: http://www.beatport.com/label/monsta+music Support: Murray Richardson, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Tyler Stadius, Blacksoul, Sonny Lopez, Al Bradley, Rob Clarke, Rob Pearson, Ministry of Sound Radio, Ibiza Global Radio, Wave 891, Proton Radio, Kiss FM, Club FM, Radio Real, Dance Radio, Apex Radio, Ibiza Sonica, Chicaboom, Chicago House FM, Danceradio, MyHouseYourHouse, Zip FM, Frisky Radio, Motion FM, Radio Fritz, Fresh Air, Magma FM, Push FM. Notable Quotables: Q-Burns Abstract Message “Fingermonsters version is really musical and driving. Good stuff.†Murray Richardson “great oldschool mix on this! - diggin' it!†Al Bradley “It's the Original for me here, really tasty quirky vibe, will get plenty of Bugged action!†Strakes “Definite 90's Daft Punk (and crew) feel to this - brings back memories of the Homework album. Excellent peak time action.†Rob Clarke “cool tough house tuna here. lovin the glitchy digital style sounds. im guessin this track would destroy a dancefloor at peak time. the fingermonster mix is cool, i could even imagine erol alkan droppin it. like the retro electro kinda sound. will deffo be supporting on radio and in the clubs †Rob Pearson “The original is doing it for me, electronica thats still groovy and cheeky as f**k, will hammer this out for sure!†Worried about Monstas attacking you in the night? Eating you and your children? Protect yourself with high quality Monsta Music apparel available via Spread Shirt, currently featuring the exquisite Cornelius McFang and Gilbert Slimejaw lines of urban combat fashion accessories. Click here to purchase from the Monsta Music Store For more information on Andrew Phelan & Origami, The Fingermonsters and Monsta Music visit: www.prismatictracks.com
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