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Blind Shake collaborating with John Reis

Posted by Loren on February 6, 2013

Minneapolis trio The Blind Shake have posted an update on their facebook page that they are recording a surf record with John Reis (Night Marchers, Hot Snakes, Rocket from the Crypt).

Today is our sixth and final day of collaborating on an surf record with John Reis in San Diego. 

The Blind Shake released Seriousness and a collaborative record with Michael Yonkers titled Period in 2011.

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