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Freeloader: Time CD release show tonight at the hi-dive

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Tonight's a pretty big night for local hip-hop. Two significant releases are both being released tonight. The first of today's Freeloader tracks is taken from Naked Dinner, Time's brand new album, which he'll be dropping tonight at the hi-dive in the company of Whygee, Agent Strange and Damon JeVon & Doctype. In advance of the show, Tom Murphy sat down for an extensive chat with (aka Chris Steele). Read what he had to say about the new album and download the title track from the new record before you head out to the show.

MP3: Time, "Naked Brunch"

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