Andy Cato
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1973-06-07
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Andy Cato

Andy Cato Biography (Wikipedia)

Andy Cato (born Andrew Derek Cocup; 7 June 1973) is an English musician, record producer and DJ who is currently one half of the electronic music band Groove Armada, the other half being Tom Findlay. He was also involved with Rachel Foster in Weekend Players, another electronic dance group, between 2001 and 2004. His stage name of Cato derives from Cato Road in Clapham, South London, where he lived.

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The Coastal Path
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The Coastal Path
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Seven AM Drop
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Seven AM Drop
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7am Drop
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7am Drop
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Abbey Road Jam
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Abbey Road Jam
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Palermo By Night
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Palermo By Night
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Times and Places (Extract)
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Times and Places (Extract)
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Emmanuel
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