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Echoes Of The Port

Echoes Of The Port
Echoes Of The PortEchoes Of The Port






1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Feb 9, 2024

Hypnohouse, Troy, Troy VS, Echoes Of The Port, HPNHS006, kma60 exclusive, kma60

We are pleased to present the new Hypnohouse release! Troy VS, originally from Odessa and now exploring Berlin's vibrant soundscape, brings an EP inspired by the echoes of his native PORT club and memories of his coastal hometown. Dive into the lush mix of buzzing leads, otherworldly pads, and a steady kick that takes your mind on a cosmic journey.

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