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...Who Likes To Party

...Who Likes To Party
...Who Likes To Party...Who Likes To Party






1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jan 21, 2021

French young talent Hyas is up next on Chat Noir Rec. for the first solo record of the label. Our naughty cat is now at the club meeting some friends, ready to enjoy a big night out. Hyas provides the soundtrack of this night with a strong 4-tracker which features his influences : house, acid and a pinch of UKG. French producer & DJ, Hyas is also the co-founder of the Bardouin Music imprint dedicated to acid sounds and just released a split EP with Sentiments on his famous Light On Earth label, he is definetely an artist to watch out and we are thrilled to welcome him for his first solo EP on vinyl.

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