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Rendanian A fantastic little acid jazz obscurity that hits all the right vibes of many of the genre's greats.
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    PWF was an Australian trio of Brett Evans (Sax) Jeff van Dyck (Keys) and James Vincent (Turntables). Shortly after they formed in 1999, they gained instant airplay when they won a national competition run by Australia’s premier youth radio station, Triplej called Unearthed. They won the contest with their song “2 Bloody Sense”.
    Bonus items on the album are jpg's of the original CD cover and booklet.

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This is PWF's one and only album, recorded at Jeff van Dyck's home studio at the Gold Coast, Australia in 2000.

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released July 1, 2000

Brett Evans (Sax)
Jeff van Dyck (Keys)
James Vincent (Turntables)

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PWF was an Australian trio of Brett Evans (Sax) Jeff van Dyck (Keys) and James Vincent (Turntables). Shortly after they formed in 1999, they gained instant airplay when they won a national competition run by Australia’s premier youth radio station, Triplej called Unearthed. They won the contest with their song “2 Bloody Sense”. ... more

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