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Sunrise In Ukraine EP

Sunrise In Ukraine EP
Sunrise In Ukraine EPSunrise In Ukraine EP








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Sunrise In Ukraine EP, Partisan, PTN023, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, KMA60 distribution, KMA60 store,

Next up on Anthea’s Partisan label is Spanish producer, ildec. His refined taste, and curious, intricately arranged productions are showcased in the “Sunrise in Ukraine EP.” It maneuvers effortlessly between mind stretching material and ravey textures, broken drums and acid tinges, a sound synonymous with his widely appreciated productions and DJ sets. ildec sits comfortably on the sought after Partisan imprint, a label continuously striking it hot as Anthea continues to propel music from a mixture of artists, growing the tight Partisan family.

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