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Looking for a new soundtrack this fine afternoon? Might we suggest Experimental Dance Breaks 36 from the illustrious Plastic Sound Supply organization? Assembled by CacheFlowe, this sixteen-track disc is an absolutely captivating listen with dub-steeped glitchtastic goodies from Cache himself, along with a host of other homegrown treats from Alert, Zeno, Iuengliss, Equuelei and C.DB.SN, among others. We've been digging on an advance physical copy -- due out at the end of the month -- all morning, but you can experience the digital version for yourself at PlasticSoundSupply.com. Have at it!

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