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Various Artist
Silicium City

Silicium City




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date



Robotic and cybernetic house music, trance tainted for this new various artist.
Steroid rhythms, tribal percussions and mechanic sequences are dealing with distorted synth riffs and transcendental pads.
Perfect OST for futuristic cities dancefloors, funky cyborgs, weird aliens, space mutants and humanoids dancing and having communion together in this big melting pot, creating the diversity and the particular sound of the megacity.
For this third vinyl, Dynamiterie records artists are painting a wacky and fun dystopia.

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