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Mtkvarze Records 001

Mtkvarze Records 001
Mtkvarze Records 001Mtkvarze Records 001

Artists

Various

Catno

MTKV001

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM EP Compilation

Country

Georgia

Release date

Dec 1, 2023

Mtkvarze Records, MTKV001, Cobert, Sohrab, Levan Grdzelidze, Tbilisi, Georgia

The First Release from Mtkvarze Records (MTKV001) brings together three of the most interesting Producers from the Mtkvarze club’s 2023 season. on A1 first track is from Sohrab, Mtkvarze’s Resident Artist now based in London, known as a truly gifted Producer with his hard-wired ability for dark melodic flair. The second track is crafted by one of the brightest Producers from Tbilisi, - Cobert, who has released almost 10 vinyl on labels such as Minibus, Amazing Stories, Partisan, 3n0 Records, Mung Records and Casa Voyager. The B side contains two tracks from Levan Grdzelidze, the mastermind behind the independent label Glispy Records, which has quickly gained recognition since its establishment back in 2021 and has already published six releases.

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A1

Sohrab - Everlasting

A2

Cobert - Old Tjiko

B1

Levan Grdzelidze - What Happens After

B2

Levan Grdzelidze - Warm Hands

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