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Playlist with most of the tracks he played in chronological order     dunno if this has ben posted already    

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watched that video earlier when it was available, some beautiful sounding afx at 1:11, track I've never heard but obviously cannot confirm it was rdj. Hopefully we can get a re up or somehting. 

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i wonder did rdj/werdcore reference trumps wall at all.. aurally or visually. they have a penchant for positive trolling

Yes. During the live rendition of Tha, an image of some writing pops up that read "Mexico will not pay". 

 

:51 mark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wQlgFXItnU

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He played Lorn?!?!

A few times apparently, r/aphextwin was geeking out and rightfully so

 

I love how much he showcases oft underrated / overlooked producers

 

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He played Lorn?!?!

A few times apparently, r/aphextwin was geeking out and rightfully so

 

I love how much he showcases oft underrated / overlooked producers

 

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5 apparently, Lorn is fanboying on twitter ahaha. wish i was there

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