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You probably remember Chronic Future if you've been around the 'Nix for a while... "Scottsdale Brat"?? nevermind that shit though, Mike Busse is a sick fuckin' MC these days, and they're down with one of the most innovative/weird/twitchy beatmongers around, Ryan Breen. Breen is known publicly as

Back Ted N Ted

, laptop rockin' like a motherfuckin' weirdo on


. So the ChronFuture kids got together with Breen, and made some freak-down tunes, which you can rock out to right here:

"Home Game": http://media.newtimes.com/id/148031/

"The Summer of 1980": http://media.newtimes.com/id/148032/

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