Sanford man's 'Slow Jams from the Kitchen' promises to spice things up


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One of Orlando's favorite musicians, Chandler Strang, has many things to put under his resume: frontman of Saskatchewan and CASE WORK, beat master behind Dromes and manufacturer of "I am Florida Man" shirts.

But his most indulgent project yet? "Slow Jams from the Kitchen." The series began as a short clip that was posted to Strang's Instagram account in January 2014 titled "Cooking Up Some Chicken."

It has since spawned 14 tracks, each about 10-15 seconds, that deal with anything from chopping veggies to cheese sandwiches.

Check out a few of his jams below, and follow his Instagram page for more spicy tunes. 

"Cooking Up Some Chicken" -- the first track off our album #slowjamsfromthekitchen coming 2017.

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"Left Overs" -- the fifth track off #slowjamsfromthekitchen

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"Lemonade" -- part 2. The tenth track off of #slowjamsfromthekitchen

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"Steak 4 U" -- the thirteenth track off of #slowjamsfromthekitchen

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