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MP3s of the Day: New Jams from Matt Cleer of Consular

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Matt Cleer has a few new cuts ready for perusal that he has been generous enough to share with us. The Margate native and lead singer of the self proclaimed "bulldozer-core" act Consular has had his thumbs in a few musical pot pies for a while including IMtheDEVIL and mouthsewnshut. These particular ditties are a combination of electro dance beats with some crunk and industrial flavor thrown in. Personally I am feeling "frontonoz" most. Best of all they are free. 

Download them here, gratis. http://www.mediafire.com/?tmmwzkmmtzx

Check out Matt next time Consular plays, which happens to be next Thursday, July 23rd at Churchill's Pub (5501 NE 2nd Ave.)

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