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Check out Death Grips' 'Gmail and the Restraining Orders' mix

It originally featured as the intro music to Death Grips' 2015 live performances, but this is the first time it's been made available in a vaguely 'official' way.
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Published: 8:54 am, June 22, 2019
Check out Death Grips' 'Gmail and the Restraining Orders' mix

Death Grips have contributed a mix of unreleased music to a recent Warp Records 'radio festival'.

The WXAXRXP 'event' is taking place across the weekend, and saw the 30 minute collection of noise rock played out. It originally featured as the intro music to Death Grips' 2015 live performances, but this is the first time it's been made available in a vaguely 'official' way.

Going under the title 'Gmail and the Restraining Orders', you can check it out below.

Celebrating Warp's 30th anniversary, WXAXRXP features 100 hours of programing, including exclusives from Aphex Twin, Brian Eno, Danny Brown and more.

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