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Come Down / Summer's Child

Come Down / Summer's Child
Come Down / Summer's ChildCome Down / Summer's ChildCome Down / Summer's ChildCome Down / Summer's Child


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1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM Reissue Remastered



Release date

Jan 1, 2023

Powerfully epic breaky sound hailing from the UK during the early 90s. Beautiful tempo juxtaposition of fast passed driving beats pushed by low ph bass lines under slower piano riffs and patient vocal elements making it a hard one to forget. Low end elements clearly carved from primordial UK Bass aesthetics taking the amen break to new plateaus already very much overlapping with Drum & Bass territory. Ultra dreamy vocals on some kind of The Mamas and The Papas reincarnation, UK dreaming all the way. Heavy ending track vibes. In addition, Juan Ramos' masterful half tempo remix offers the listener a completely different experience with full respect for the original, what else to expect from someone with this caliber of dance floor education <3 meticulously remastered.

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