In a world where many artists seem to be looking to break new ground, fuse genres together that have no business being in each other’s company, and make their name by being radical, different or radically different, it is great to stumble upon artists who know how things really work. Chris Swales, with the assistance of the multi-talented Tom Jordon, operating under the banner of Desert Life, has mastered the art of the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” philosophy…

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