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The Man They Couldn't Kill

Chris Browne, aka The Man They Couldn't Kill, produces artful beats and melodies that tend towards the down-tempo. Obvious influences include the nineties' Bristol scene (Portishead, Massive Attack, Tricky), with its hazy, hypnotic melodies and sparse, crisp beats. Music for the burnt out and the chilling out.

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