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Line In The Sand EP

Line In The Sand EP
Line In The Sand EPLine In The Sand EP






1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jan 26, 2024

Line In The Sand EP, Duowe, SLUMP006, Slump Recordings, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, KMA60 distribution, KMA60 store,

Baby Rollén’s Slump Recordings kicks off 2024 with a powerful 4-track EP of dancefloor ready, tech-driven rollers with an authentic 90’s feel throughout. Brothers Will and Max, aka Duowe continue to mesmerize clubs with their classic OG house sonics.

Available in 6 days

Feb 8, 2024

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