Today we largely associate Mat Zo with his brilliant trance and progressive house productions, but as some of his more devoted fans may know, he’s also produced a handful of drum-and-bass tracks under the moniker MRSA (you can listen to them here if you’re curious). Zo surprised fans a few hours ago with a two hour drum-and-bass mix on his Soundcloud page and although we don’t have a tracklist to share with you quite yet we can assure you that if you like that slower BPM, breaks, and melodic bass music — this is the mix for you.
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