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Free Download: Dot Hacker's Dreamy 'Inhibition'

Get a track from the group's recent EP

Dot Hacker, ' Inhibition'
Geoff Moore
February 29, 2012 12:00 PM ET

Click to listen to Dot Hacker's 'Inhibition'

Los Angeles-based experimental rockers Dot Hacker released their self-titled debut EP in February and will hit the road later in March in support of the album. The band, which is fronted by the Red Hot Chili Peppers' Josh Klinghoffer, will release their full-length debut, Inhibition, later this year. Their latest single, the dreamy "Inhibition," is available to download for free here.

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