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Rawbeats Extrasensorial pt. 2

Rawbeats Extrasensorial pt. 2
Rawbeats Extrasensorial pt. 2Rawbeats Extrasensorial pt. 2




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Feb 12, 2023

Rawbeats Extrasensorial pt. 2 Various Artists Rawbeats Records - RBE001.02

We finally are ready to present to you the second part of the first release of our Extrasensorial Catalog. We bring you some of the best from the South American electronic scene.
For C1, we are thrilled to have a good friend of the house, Pedro d´Alessandro, who steps on board with an introspective experimental dubby approach that perfectly reflects his experience as a producer. On C2, we welcome Bok-p, this uprising Uruguayan duo brings us some pure heat straight from Montevideo, with an outstanding and refreshing track that explores 90´s breaks, techno and house with a touch of that well known Uruguayan flavor.

For D1, we have a massive bomb from one of the top producers of the moment, none else than JUAAN, the Argentinean producer shared with us a real peak time bomb that will make everyone shout wherever/whenever you drop this, be it in the club, the after, or a good old house party.
Finally, for D2, we bring you a deep and hypnotic track by Camilo Gil & One + 1, with lots of minimal influences filled with bouncy percs and dreamy pads, suitable for any time and moment.

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Sleeve: M


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Pedro d´Alessandro – Dead City


Bok.p - Focus


JUAAN – Tu Bass


Camilo Gil & One +1 - Pisak

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