A selection of music from some of our favourite industry insiders
Featuring the thrift collective known as The Art of Reuse
About The Art of Reuse
The Art of Reuse is a collective group that has a unique remedy that would not only change how thrift shopping is viewed; they'd create a whole new consumer in doing so. "Interim" is a contemporary thrift boutique created by the group who were more than eager to accept the challenge of reshaping thrift culture. Now, they prepare to take their concept further on a quest of reinvention. Below are some of their favorite tracks.
Should you and your significant other ever be in wonder of the perfect love making track, look no further. Plus, these guys are from Toronto. Schwate. —Buy Music
You're just lucky No I.D didn't throw drums on this one. This is what a midday nap sounds like. —Buy Music
We always love the producer/singer/songwriter combo. You may not even notice the lyrics are a few sentences long, but the vibe alone makes it all worth it. —Buy Music
We executive produced Vida's debut effort "Movin". Without bias we haven't been able to turn it off the lead single since it dropped last summer. Short & sweet. —Buy Music
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