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Moas Collective revives Columbia's electronic scene

Much like New Zealand’s Moas bird, the local electronic scene has gone extinct – until Moas Collective was founded to bring Columbia’s electronica back to life.

In spring of 2013, Mason Youngblood, a fourth-year biology student and WUSC music director, created Moas Collective.

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Moas Collective revives Columbia's electronic scene

Much like New Zealand’s Moas bird, the local electronic scene has gone extinct – until Moas Collective was founded to bring Columbia’s electronica back to life.

In spring of 2013, Mason Youngblood, a fourth-year biology student and WUSC music director, created Moas Collective.








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