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Mattia Lapucci
Low Frequency Codification EP

Low Frequency Codification EP
Low Frequency Codification EPLow Frequency Codification EP






1x Vinyl 12"



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.

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