Untitled - Radagain* - Spectrum EP (Vinyl)

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  • Sep 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Transparent Vinyl release of Spectrum EP on Discogs. Label: Labworks Germany - LAB LTD 04 • Format: Vinyl 12 Radagain* - Spectrum EP (, Transparent, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(32).
  • Sep 26,  · Radagain ‎-- Spectrum EP Label:Labworks Germany -- LAB LTD 04 Format:Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Transparent Country:Germany.
  • Vinyl and CD Discography; 11 Releases 2 Albums 9 Singles & EPs 13 Appearances 1 Albums Radagain* Spectrum EP (EP) 2 versions: Labworks Germany: LAB LTD Germany: Sell This Version: 2 versions.
  • The vinyl edition of the album is pressed on a special "glitter" vinyl material and is only limited to copies or so. The Reprise release further confuses the difference between "limited" and "unlimited" releases by releasing "limited" edition which is identical to their "unlimited" edition except that it comes in a digipak and cost four dollars more.
  • Leading up to the album, this untitled three tracker gives you a taste of his unique spectrum of kaleidoscopic modular dance music, futuristic synth funk and emotionally charged experimental cuts. These three tracks are not featured on .
  • Jan 24,  · Experimental House and Techno STL returns to the Blundar imprint with a bilious and luscious slice of dub and house rooted numbers. Untitled — consistent of a further 6 untitled tracks with ballsy flare — covers a wide swathe of musical ground, all consistent with STL’s vast artistic ethos.
  • Sep 17,  · AD 93 go global with this disc of techno and house numbers, courtesy of a small smattering of international artists. The breadth of styles on WHYTBLU 08 belies a genre in constant flux, laid out accordingly dependent on time or place.
  • After dropping the Light Surfing LP last year, Lowtec’s first release of the new decade is a strange EP for Blundar. Like his previous untitled four-tracker which came out on the label back in , this is an erstwhile and glitchy set of micro-techno which frequently eschews danceable rhythms in order to explore more obtuse soundscapes.

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