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February 2017 Footwork/Juke new releases

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  • Artist - Title [Release (yy-mm-dd) Label]
  1. KTLT - Darkwork [KTLT1 (17-02-03) KTLT]
  2. 7th Sense - Madellin Sunset (feat Mow Khalma) [Sounds of True Color (17-02-06) True Color]
  3. Neuropunk x Masitello - The Game [Tuesdayz EP (17-02-07) Neuropunk]
  4. Rootless - I Need You [Tell Me The Truth (17-02-09) Iberian Juke]
  5. Rootless - Tell Me The Truth (feat Hes - A Fruit remix) [Tell Me The Truth (17-02-09) Iberian Juke]
  6. Drae Da Skimask - There's No1 We Can Blame [Ficante (17-02-10) Astral Black]
  7. Intager - NRG 160 [NRG 160 (17-02-16) Pitch Recordings]
  8. Teklife - Took A While (feat A Fruit) [On Life (17-02-17) Teklife]
  9. John E. Wink - Phrenetik Transit [Phrenetik Transit (17-02-17) Comfy Audio]
  10. SWISHA - Woah Yeah (feat Dante) [Uptown Dream (17-02-18) Juke Bounce Werk]
  11. Current Culture - Clear Liquor [Ghetto Tekk (17-02-24) Broken Soles Recordings]
  12. Colorhythm - Lavina [Fission EP (17-02-24) Modern Ruin]
  13. TMSV - Jazz Error [Jazz Error (17-02-24) Cosmic Bridge]
  14. Ganjoid - Ruckus [Collection x.2 (17-02-28) Philthtrax]

Back at uni, so there won't be reviews of tunes for a while...

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