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1788-L dropped his first single “F U L L / B U R S T” from his debut EP Sentience out later this month out now on Zeds Dead's label DeadBeats. Leading up to the release, 1788-L launched an AI-powered website whatis1788l.com which leaked information about his debut EP, Sentience, and more. 

Well now the wait is over, and we have “F U L L / B U R S T”. 

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And then just day's after the release, Ekali drops this unreleased collab at Hard Summer Music Festival!

I don't know if my heart is ready for Sentience but hey worth the risk! 

And while we're waiting for the release of the EP, check out his new branded playlist on Spotify called BASELINE with a lot of his inspirations :)

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