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Fervent

Labels

Elypsia

Catno

ELY113

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Netherlands

Release date

Nov 24, 2023

Styles

Electro

Fervent Carl A. Finlow Elypsia - ELY113

Elypsia welcomes Carl Finlow with a six tracks mini album. Fierce electro tracks in the wellkown signature sound of Carl Finlow who has been dropping classic tracks since the mid 90's using project names such as Random Factor, Silicon Scally, Voice Steale, IL.EK.TRO. Here is comes with a solid 6 track ep on Belgium techno mainstay Elypsia Records from Brussels.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

15.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

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Anomaly

A3

Dust To Dust

B1

Visceral

B2

Shapeless Silhouette

B3

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