Montreal's Mural Fest Official Mix Is Here To Get You Pumped For The Weekend

No Kliché, GRANDBUDA, and Ryan Playground drop awesome sound.

In celebration of this years highly anticipated Mural festival, Montreal based producers NoKliché, GrandBuda, and RYAN Playground were brought together by LNDMRK and SaintWoods at SILVERTAG studio to create an ultimate mix for the occasion. Blending their three complimentary yet indivudal styles the group worked diligantly over countless days to produce the 'Mural Mix 2014' highlighting the current sounds of our fair city.

Everyone knows when you put good creative people together amazing things happen and from what we understand once the crew got together they just HAD to create an all original together. The final product is **** heavy, lyrically infused, a banger that is not only original but truly something very enjoyable!

These young stunners will shine and make it rain throughout the whole MURAL festival alongside high caliber performers from all around the globe. All this goodness is going down from June 12 to 15, 2K14. Turn up, tune in, drop out!


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Write up by Victor Hacala and Zach Macklovitch.

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