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MUSIC & THE ARTS

Rake Show Episode 3

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted May 09, 2018
Rake Show Episode 3
Kimo-kawaii: The best thing you'll ever watch. Maybe. ©Ignatius Rake

Fogous, carrots, snowflakes, Nazis and flippin' ace music by Kozmanauts and Spaz. It's episode three of 'The Rake & Herald Dot TV TV'.



Yes!

It's what the whole world's been waiting for.

Episode three of The Rake & Herald Dot TV TV.

So, sit back and savour the very best in kimo-kawaii art.

Music by Kozmanauts and Spaz and starring Raven Akki, Wolfgang Bang, Pee-Pee Radjel, DJ NRG Raver and Ignatius Rake, who also wrote, filmed, edited, directed and produced the whole shebang.

Yowser!




See also Rake Show Episode 2, posted 1/5/18.


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