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Antenna
Timbales

Timbales

Artists

Antenna

Labels

Clone

Catno

Royal050

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Netherlands

Release date

Nov 10, 2021

The 50th release on the Clone Royal Oak Series.

The 50th release on the Clone Royal Oak Series. A small milestone, and its longtime label friend and collaborator Antenna who has the right tunes for this release! He delivers a unique blend of house cuts ep that conjures up a very blissed out and heady feel. Digging deep in the roots of electronic dance music the tracks have a classic and familiar feel, reminiscent of the heydays of early 90's raves and chill outs where the darker and deeper sounds reigned. Antenna puts a fresh spin on those classic themes and firmly sets it in a 21st century place. Another beautiful release on the Clone sub label celebrating the musical diversity of all off springs of the Royal Oak of house music.

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