AIROD, Milo Spykers, Farrago - Rave Station EP FLAC album
Title: Rave Station EP
FLAC version ZIP size: 1784 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1600 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1371 mb
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AIROD - Rave Station B1. Milo Spykers - Let Me Hear B2. Farrago - Rotor. Artwork by Armand Mayor Logo by Pierre Georges Pasquet Mastered at Curve Pusher. com/album/rave. ep-elxr002. Release date: 18 December 2018.
AIROD - Rave Station B1. Farrago - Rotor Artwork by Armand Mayor Logo by Pierre Georges Pasquet Mastered at Curve Pusher Includes unlimited streaming of Rave Station EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 5 days. A1. AIROD - UFO A2. AIROD - Rave Station B1. from Rave Station EP, track released December 18, 2018.
VA – Rave Station EP. Label/Cat Elixyr Source: WEB Release date: 2018 Format: flac Quality: lossless Genre: Electronic Style: Techno. Tracklist 1. AIROD – UFO 2. AIROD – Rave Station 3. Milo Spykers – Let Me Hear 4. Farrago – Rotor. Direct downloads for TMF users.
Dj/Producer based in Paris, label owner of Elixyr Records. Co-manager of Molekul Records. December 20, 2018 at 11:05 AM ·. Happy to announce the release of the Elixyr 02 ⚡️ "Rave Station EP", including tracks from the talented Farrago and Milo Spykers. com. 32501/techno-har. elixyr-02.
Label/Cat Elixyr Source: WEB Release date: 2018 Format: flac Quality: lossless Genre: Electronic Style: Techno.
Farrago (Lenske) Airod (Lenske) Milo Spykers (Lenske) late session: KEVIN ARNOLD.
AIROD, Milo Spykers, Farrago (3). AIROD, Milo Spykers, Farrago (3) - Rave Station EP (12", EP). Elixyr Records.
Hot on the heels of his debut solo EP issued on the label in late 2018, Milo Spykers returns to Lenske with his much anticipated second outing, 'Observable 93'. Where his previous, 'Infinite', was marked by a certain minimalism in approach - zeroing in on the depth of field and hypnotic power of its reverbs and delayed intricacies, this one has the Belgian producer slinging out a sharper-than-ever tetralogy of strapping big-room agitators that waste no time or energy in useless courtesies, rather well whelming his audience headlong. A straight-out binary stormer, the title-track then puts on the kind of no-nonsense hardcore rave buildup that'll have your brain going on overheat without further ado. The very idea one can make of a peaktime thriller, warheads locked and loaded onto giving the dancers a tough time picking their legs and brain up once the lights are back on again.
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