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Leaving Earth Part 2

Leaving Earth Part 2
Leaving Earth Part 2Leaving Earth Part 2








1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jun 13, 2022

Leaving Earth Part 2, Böhm, LONEWOLF010, Lonewolf, Techno, Deep, Vinyl Records, Chat Noir distribution, Chat Noir store,

Next up on Lonewolf is Bohm! This fresh collab will see the Dutch producer bringing two EPs “Leaving Earth Part.1 and 2” on EYA Records sister label this year. Intricate rhythms,bleeps and bass, emotive melodies and acid lines!!!
The artist opens a portal to new dimensions, it’s a powerful journey into timeless music and deep space. 5,4,3,2,1..ignition and take off.The dream is alive.

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