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SISTER ZO ‘Freak Shift’ EP

Aug 22, 2022 | Beats, Reviews

The New York based artist lets fly with an agile display of beatology

DJ, producer and writer, Zoey Shopmaker – aka Sister Zo – returns with a fresh and free thinking EP. Bringing the impact of both percussive techno and the UK bass continuum, the New York based artist lets fly with an agile display of beatology. The rhythmic elements are club ready, whilst each track will satisfy as a temporal massage during your next headphone moment. Also reminiscent of some of the forward thinking releases of the Livity imprint, and our fave East African producers.

Zoey is a co-founder of the Kansas City-based queer/trans collective and label UN/TUCK, whose mission is uplifting marginalized voices through electronic music.

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