Tom Tyger, a lesser-known but equally talented companion of both Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa, released today the latest installment of his solid Kronos District podcast. It’s chock full of the latest hits with unreleased gems nestled everywhere in between. High points include the Swanky Tunes remix of Dada Life’s “Happy Violence” and the Peace Treaty re-work of “Go.”
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