Jenn Vix’ music has always been about opposites attracting, the purposeful collision of sonic worlds and the merging of genres so deftly that you can see the joins. So who better to collaborate with than the man behind the beats from iconic synth popsters A Flock of Seagulls, Ali Score? The result is a…

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