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Cloaked Characters / Press

“It feels like there’s enough going on in the Cloaked Characters camp to warrant a comprehensive update. It’s going to be a busy spring and summer for one of Bend’s hardest working acts. Cloaked Characters, aka CCZ. It’s been a couple years since CCZ released its first album, “ZonkedOut Tantrum,” and on April 20, the guys (Tablet and Rory Oneders) are back with a new record, “Let Me In,” which is sure to be packed with the crew’s self-described “dark party music.” Translation: Low-key but still party-friendly hip-hop that’s focused more on celebrating the fun things in life than posturing and bravado. Befitting their roots in Tracy, Calif., CCZ’s style is equally influenced by the Bay Area’s bouncy rap scene and the earthy, organic style that rules the Northwest. I”