Moby & Cold Specks - Tell Me - Innocents Chopped up and Sampled by Monkey Style Beats Trip Hop Beat





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Published on Oct 28, 2013

Original song with Moby & Cold Specks - Tell Me - in Session, Toronto taken from the album 'Innocents', out now:

Deluxe CD: http://smarturl.it/innocents2cd?IQid=...
iTunes LP (inc. 'A Case For Shame' instant download): http://smarturl.it/innocentsitunes?IQ...
Double Gatefold LP + CD: http://smarturl.it/innocentslp?IQid=y...

Produced by Wood & Wires: http://woodandwiresproductions.com

when i was in toronto this summer i went into a really beautiful recording studio with cold specks to record acoustic versions of 'a case for shame' and 'tell me'.

i grew up playing acoustic guitar, so as much as i love electronic music i really love playing very simple, stripped down acoustic versions of my songs.


Soft Trip Hop beat // instrumental Rap Beats -
Hit me up on these links and i will for sure give some love back! ;)

Monkey Style Beats

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