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A collection of intimate, lo-fi soul songs that NPR called "lovingly dreamy and hopelessly bleary at once," and Pigeons and Planes described as "...an intimate conversation, vulnerable and bewitching - R&B born of the blues' sensibility for soul-bearing," Nick Hakim's long out-of-print 2014 debut EP, Where Will We Go, Pt. I & II, is available once again in a colored edition with new interior art courtesy of ATO Records. The Brooklyn-based, Washington, D.C.-raised musician grew up in a household overflowing with musical diversity and cites influences ranging from Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield, to Madlib and MF Doom, to South American folk and DC punk. It comes as no surprise that Nick tends to blend genres, mixing an ambient airy psychedelic sound with the raw gut-wrenching emotion of the blues.