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Just Another Broken Record

02-Oct-19 22:00

Just Another Broken Record

One thing's for sure: nostalgia sells. Some bands rarely make it to the top of the game—and even less leave it once they're there. The question we have to ask ourselves is whether nostalgia is a beautiful thing that shouldn't be criticised or a major cause of creative death.

Shafiq Husayn - Cycles (ft. Hiatus Kaiyote)
Just Another Broken Record
Isobel Campbell - Ant Life

Produced by: Haniff Baharudin, Daryl Ong, Othniel Ting

Presented by: Daryl Ong, Othniel Ting


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