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Electronic pop duo AOK breaks down "Tracks" for WMI

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Kyle Sullivan and Angela B. hang out with WMI editor James Quatrine and hip-hop artist Rick Chyme.

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Electronic pop duo AOK’s Kyle Sullivan and Angela B. met up with WMI editor James Quatrine, hip-hop artist Rick Chyme, and contributor Chris Kleinman at Pub 43 in Grand Rapids.

We talked about their new EP "Tracks," their song writing process, the Traverse City music scene, and the Telecommunications Act of 1996.

Podcast includes tracks: Paper Mache, The Life, Seven, Sinking Faster, and Keep The Party Going.

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