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Leaving Earth Part 1

Leaving Earth Part 1
Leaving Earth Part 1Leaving Earth Part 1






1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Dec 5, 2022

Leaving Earth Part 1, Bohm, EYA Records, LONEWOLF009, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, KMA6O Store,

Dutch master of aethereal atmospheres Bohm is back on EYA’s sister label Lonewolf with the missing piece of his ‘Leaving Earth’ series. A1 ‘Stars and the Sun’ is a slow-break meditative number, while “Move over” is bleepy and playful.

B1 “Phasmofonia” is a spooky, haunting and nervous ready-for-dancefloor track. Closing the artist’s journey to vast galaxies is “Robot Heaven”, an emotional electro trip of the highest order.

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Stars and the Sun


Move over




Robot Heaven

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