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Jam City Shares Unreleased Tracks Via Twitter
Christian Eede , January 22nd, 2020 20:34

The producer has launched a new account after his original one was hacked and is now taking requests from fans for tracks to leak

Jam City has shared a number of previously unreleased tracks via a newly established Twitter account.

The move comes after the producer's original account was recently hacked. "My main account @jam_city got hacked and @twitter won't do anything about it still," he wrote, while offering up a link to download long-unreleased track, 'Final Joust', which dates back to 2010.

He's also shared a number of offcuts produced around the release of his two albums, 2012's Classical Curves and 2015's Dream A Garden, alongside a clutch of other personal edits, after taking requests from his followers for what material to leak.

You can keep up with the leaks here.

Read tQ's 2015 interview with Jam City here.

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