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Deep Mysteries EP

Deep Mysteries EP
Deep Mysteries EPDeep Mysteries EP








1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jun 14, 2021



Derral - Deep Mysteries EP | O.C.D. (OCD007)

When we first heard the tracks that are now part of this EP we were convinced an Italian producer from the 90’s had just dusted off a pack of DATS from his archives. Little we knew that Derral was a young, fresh and very talented gentleman from the outskirts of Barcelona. The 4 tracks on this OCD release are reminiscent of what it could be heard in Italy’s Riviera Adriatica legendary clubs in the early 90’s or on labels like UMM, MBG, or Heartbeat and the whole EP is a sneak peak into the promising future Derral has ahead of him.

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