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Fatal FM EP

Fatal FM EP
Fatal FM EPFatal FM EP








1x Vinyl 12"



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Fatal FM EP, Yu, Gamine, GMN06, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, KMA60 distribution, KMA60 store,

For this edition, we present to you a selection of works from an enigmatic producer hailing from Pescara, Italy: Yu.
Four cuts of relentless, live hardware jams of dynamic club-oriented techno, touching on electro and trance, and packed full of analog richness.
Following the due process of artistic exploration, Yu has been recording music incessantly while remaining underground, sharing it with just a lucky few. In fact, it’s quite likely that you’ve heard Yu’s music before, unknowingly.

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Dec 28, 2023

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