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Mattia Lapucci
Low Frequency Codification EP

Low Frequency Codification EP
Low Frequency Codification EPLow Frequency Codification EP

Labels

Twig

Catno

SSL011

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Spain

Release date

Feb 14, 2022

Mattia Lapucci - Low Frequency Codification EP | Twig (SSL011)

After the Ukranian double EP from Sasha Zlykh and Trippsy, Twig comes back with 4 tracks from the Italian producer Lapucci …. based in Florence with his studio, delivering dubplates and mastering service around the world.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

11.5€*

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A1

Low Rider

A2

Music Sound Master

B1

Sunday At Fashion Show

B2

Astralago

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