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Feature + Release: Roberto Bosco

In this latest feature for Sweat Lodge Radio, Roberto Bosco talks about Ku.Bo, Wave Music and his upcoming debut LP. Also touching on his upcoming Falkplatz EP as well as his own Flying Donkey Music label in Italy, it's clear that Bosco has been incredibly busy these past few months.

In addition, his track on the new 'Techno Brings People Together Vol. 1' - "For My Old Friends" - is out now! You can sample the entire release and purchase it over at the Decks Records shops. Featuring a variety of Detroit-based artists, including the late Aaron-Carl, this is an essential collection of over 20 new tracks.

For more information on Roberto Bosco, check out his EPK + Bio, and please send all booking inquiries to

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