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Boxing Day Beats


For those that don't already know, today is Boxing Day. We don't celebrate it here in the U.S. but it's a major shopping holiday in Canada, the Caribbean, the U.K., and countries associated with the British Commonwealth. Those of us with connections to the Commonwealth are well-familiar with Boxing Day -- and all of the day-after-Christmas sales that come with it.

For dance music fans, check out this aptly-titled track from Irish DJ, Aphex Twin. It's more on the techno side and less drum and bass than some of his other material, but it's still enjoyable.


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Jonathan Cunningham
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