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Astroculture EP

Astroculture EP








1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Dec 29, 2023

SNC009, SNC RECS, Astroculture EP, Azo, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, KMA60 distribution, KMA60 store,

Emerging from the heart of Brussels, Azo is poised to set the electronic music world ablaze with her latest EP, "Astroculture," scheduled for release on SNC Recs. Featuring four vibrant original tracks and a stellar remix from Offenbach Frankfurt's very own Maruwa, this EP takes listeners on an ecstatic journey through the realms of acid, trance, and high-energy drums.

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