A reflection of a friendship: Ohm Studio Records

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Ohm Studio Records from Portugal is a project that was created as a reflection of the friendship of 2 producers as well as a way for them to express themselves through music.
The 2 friends play with many genres, such as instrumental hip hop, ambient, experimental, deep house, electronic dub, tribal, and whatever comes with creativity.

Listen to their music at our 24/7/jazz/funk/beats stream playlist and here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1TryMk1CUo

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