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Zack Be’s debut record Used To, Elsewhere, is streaming here!

With manic feelings induced from the jump, D.C.’s own Zack Be introduces Used To, Elsewhere. As a veteran musician of the district’s legendary music scenes, notably Cartoon Weapons, Zack recently went off on his own, recording and testing new material around town. This is a perfect demonstration of the scene, and we’re streaming now. Opening with […]
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