Koop

Koop

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Koop on KCRW

Swedish jazz electonic-pop duet Koop convert into 7-9 piece swing band when they perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic.  KCRW thanks  The Village  for helping broadcast this session live from their studios

Koop

Swedish jazz electonic-pop duet Koop convert into 7-9 piece swing band when they perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic. KCRW thanks The Village for helping broadcast this session live from their studios

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