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Grown Folk LFTF Mix

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Sound Cloud

No. 1

  • Twigs – AcheTrack/ 1
  • Dusky – No MoreTrack/ 2
  • Grown Folk – Just Wear ItTrack/ 3
  • Casino Times – I Wanna KnowTrack/ 4
  • Grown Folk – The BoatTrack/ 5
  • Chromatics – Back From The GraveTrack/ 6
  • The Chain - GeoTrack/ 7
  • George Fitzgerald - UnilateralTrack/ 8
  • Grown Folk – High TideTrack/ 9
  • Playaz Circle & Korleone – Look What I GotTrack/ 10
  • Guy Gerber – Steady (Midland Remix)Track/ 11
  • Tony Lionni - Higher GroundTrack/ 12
  • Kresy Day Into NightTrack/ 13
  • Grown Folk - Keep Few NearTrack/ 14
  • Nautiluss - Zero GravityTrack/ 15
  • Grown Folk x Main Attrakionz - Double M.O.B.Track/ 16
  • Deniro Farrar and Blue Sky Black Death - Just In Case The World EndsTrack/ 17



​What can we say? We have love for Montreal. The city's become the unofficial Mecca for artists looking to veer left from the ordinary and create their own lane and right now we don't know if there's anyone in Montreal who represents that outlook more so than Grown Folk. Between putting out releases on underground dance labels such as Templar Sound and Icee Hot, to being the goto producers for Oakland rap maestros Main Attrakionz, the duo has emerged as one of the most diverse acts in the game, finding their groove in both the electronic and hip-hop worlds and pushing the boundary for what it means to be a true producer in the year 2013.

Since forming in 2010, Grown Folk have come a long way and this week sees the release of their most complete work to date. "The Boat" / "Keep Few Near", which was released on San Francisco's Icee Hot label, is a sensual blend of smooth and dreamy house music with dark and ominous elements embedded within that could've only emerged from those cold and dark Quebec winters. In light of the release, it's only right that they've served up an equally ethereal mix for LFTF on this Valentine's Day. Because let's be real, who doesn't want to feel a little fantasy on V-Day?



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