Latest Podcast Available in Laz Casanova's and Jay-You's Series, petFood

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The latest petFood podcast, petCast003, came out this week and this one is mixed by L.A.'s Shoddy Lynn. The podcast series is the brainchild of Miami natives Lazaro Casanova and Jay-You. They put out a nice stream of electronic based music that incorporates elements of Miami's Caribbean flavor and rhythms. Once a month they put out a podcast in addition to DJing around the country in between recording their own and others' releases.

Download this month's petCast here: http://www.sendspace.com/file/ly67cr  

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