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Release date

Jul 1, 2022

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It's been a long journey for Romain Bezzina aka Zero Netcost ever since 2002 when he discovered the band that would become his favorite of all time: The British duo Bent through the amazing track "Always" remixed by Ashley Beedle.

Twenty years later, the circle is complete with this compilation of remixes from all his idols including, of course, a beautiful atmospheric/downtempo remix from Bent, a cheeky mega drive mix from Simon Mills (one half of Bent), a chunky sunny remix from the legendary Ashley Beedle, and to complete this nice bunch of guys, a very nice sharp balearic remix from the amazing I:Cube. Enjoy!


Fly Away Jack (I:Cube remix)



Larry's Soft Breeze (Bent Remix)



Fly Away Jack (Ashley Beedle's NSW Remix)



Oh Marmelade (Simon Mills Megadrive mix)


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