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Dixia Sirong
Flying n Floating Feedbacks

Flying n Floating Feedbacks




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Feb 12, 2021

A few months after our first release, Carac records is back ! For this second EP we welcome our dear friends Dixia Sirong (Sentaku, Recordeep, Inner Balance) for a 4 tracker including a remix from Detroit Side’s bossman : Giacomo Pellegrino and a featuring with the Australian producer : BADEO. The guys teamed up to craft a refined piece of deep yet driving minimalistic house. Blending effortlessly punchy percussions, groovy basslines, atmospheric ambiances with quirky space bleeps with a touch of dubby flavours. No need to worry, this record will perfectly shine in an early morning after hour slot or a packed club. 200 copies, the early bird gets the worm !

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


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Dixia Sirong & BADEO - Rohe


Dixia Sirong - Kahn


Dixia Sirong - Loos


Dixia Sirong - Kahn (Giacomo Pellegrino Remix)

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