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Some footage from Marco Polo’s “Stupendous Adventures of Marco Polo” release party, at which fellow Toronto producers Frank Dukes, Rich Kidd, and MoSS, as well as Marco himself, were asked to flip some well-known samples. Frank Dukes tackles Seals & Croft’s “Summer Breeze”, Marco works with Al Be Sure’s “Night and Day”, MoSS manages to make The Bee Gees “Stayin’ Alive” sound gully (no joke), and Rich Kidd gives Melanie Fiona’s “It Kills Me” his own personal twist.

Via The Real Frequency.


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