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616 LAB #5

616 LAB #5
616 LAB #5616 LAB #5




616 Lab




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jun 12, 2024

616 LAB #5 616 616 Lab - 616LAB05

In this fifth release of 616 LAB the Sicilian artist 616 delights us and gives us the chance to have in our Bag a record with four super tracks for the club to play in any amount of the set! All recorded in live on the two-track tape recorder (revox a77) without the help of computers AND microchips. Love transistor

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