SLOPPY !!!TAKE OVER!!! by Risiko Press

SLOPPY is a Radio program every 2 weeks (on Tuesdays from 4-5 pm on 106.4 FM) on Villa Bota (Bruges) with a focus on artist talks, performances, artist recordings and artist records. This week was a !!TAKE OVER!! by Risiko Press. Delicious hot summer tunes and drinks from an Adidas slipper all very refreshing. Let the rain now descend on the overheated bodies. Thanks Jan for this awesome !!!TAKE OVER!!!

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