Maintaining a dual time zone presence -- Mountain and Pacific by way of San Francisco, to be exact -- Denver-bred White Girl Lust has been on its grind for the better part of a decade.
Lifelong friends Clay Meador and Eric Kozak have been collaborating on hard-hitting mixes and deejaying side by side (when they can) since 2004, releasing music through their joint label, Solid Bump Records.
Last week, the duo released Mesopotamia (B-52's Bootleg Dub), a free remix of the art-rock classic (click through to listen). And if you like the gleaming club feel of the track, get a deeper listen on the White Girl Lust mixtape.
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