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United Kingdom United Kingdom. DJ since Jan 24, 2010
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mujahidjohar I love this. Shame on the band breaking up @elephantsmusic - Alexander (Oska Dubstep Remix)
mujahidjohar A little bit of hardcore. Pianos Become The Teeth - Jess and Charlie (reblip)

Pianos Become The Teeth- Jess and Charlie

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mujahidjohar Koes Bersaudara - Untukmu. I love their album, 'To The So-Called 'The Guilties''. Only discovered them yesterday. And to think, this came out in '67
mujahidjohar Crystal Castles - Baptism. Bliss. Brilliant
mujahidjohar Brilliant piece of hardcore math jazz punk, or whatever it's called

Rolo TomassiKasia

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mujahidjohar amazing song. I can listen to this all day

Tall ShipsVessels

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mujahidjohar such an amazing track from Holy Fuck's new album, Latin

Holy FuckStay Lit

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mujahidjohar Amazing song from an amazing album. Foals - Alabaster


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mujahidjohar Mental, this new Crystal Castles song. Absolutely mental
mujahidjohar Addicted to this song. Brilliant
mujahidjohar Great song. Title is a bit... Anyway, going to see them in Leeds in a few weeks
mujahidjohar The first song into their final show, and we're already in a massive singalong
mujahidjohar Someone recorded the whole final show! This was one of the best gigs I've been to, ever. RIP Blakfish
mujahidjohar First song from Olafur Arnald's new song. Beautiful
mujahidjohar Like @adeylah said, Three Trapped Tigers are absolutely mental. Going to see them, supported by @gotalons
mujahidjohar This is hilarious. Whatchu gonna do?

When you run out of gancha

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mujahidjohar Let's put on our dancing shoes and go back to the old days. For a band that's only 3 weeks old, they've already got quite a number of great tunes
mujahidjohar Brilliant cover of MGMT's Time To Pretend by the Sigur Ros frontman, Jonsi

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