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Fader Cap
Echo Chamber EP

Echo Chamber EP
Echo Chamber EPEcho Chamber EP

Artists

Fader Cap

Catno

CKNOWEP57

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jan 12, 2024

Echo Chamber EP, Fader Cap, Craigie Knowes, CKNOWEP57, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, KMA60 distribution, KMA60 store,

Bassline technicality and production prowess by Fader Cap on his return to Craigie Knowes. 4 tracks that combine club-sensibilities with width and melody to transcend dancefloors to the outer realms. Echo Chamber provides DJs with a mix of club-focussed beats for all times of the night, strap in.

Available Tomorrow

Jan 19, 2024

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

16.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Echo Chamber

A2

Kanisza

B1

Thinker

B2

Sad On The 16th

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