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    ANGELZ Dishes Out Some Fresh Breaks


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    Some brand news breaks come from the Dirtybird champion, ANGELZ. He switches up his style in his latest free download, ATBWFM Pt.2, which is a dark breaks jam that you can’t help but bounce to. With releases on Night Bass, Confessions, and Dirtybird, ANGELZ has carved out a niche for himself in the scene with some stellar beats. Teaming up with friends and collaborators, Bijou and Ciszak, ANGELZ sets out for the ABC tour with dates across the US in most major cities.

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