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Psyk
About Time

About Time

Artists

Psyk

Labels

Kvalia

Catno

KVALIA005

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Sweden

Release date

Mar 2, 2022

Styles

Techno

Sweden's Kvalia Records, an all-vinyl affair.

Sweden's Kvalia Records, an all-vinyl affair, continues on its path towards becoming a key player in delivering deep, psychedelic techno. For its 5th edition the label invites Psyk and Anthony Linell to join forces. "About Time" consists of two smooth, melancholic originals by Psyk and one pumping, icy remix signed Anthony Linell.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

14.5€*

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A1

About Time

B1

About Time (Anthony Linell Remix)

B2

Untitled

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