Ree-Vo knows how to play things just right. They scatter just the right amount of exquisite and enticing stand-alone tracks and cool collaborations across the musical landscape to ensure that sonic waters are tested and potential audiences teased. And then, just when that market craves something more substantial, they drop their debut album, an EP of deft and dexterously remixed tracks, both of which act like red meat to a hungry audience…

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