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Vol. V (w/ Ricardo Villalobos Remix)

Vol. V (w/ Ricardo Villalobos Remix)
Vol. V (w/ Ricardo Villalobos Remix)Vol. V (w/ Ricardo Villalobos Remix)Vol. V (w/ Ricardo Villalobos Remix)






1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jun 1, 2022

During the final years of his journey, Andrew made an unforgettable impact on the ReSolute dancefloors with his all night long sets expanding beyond 8 hours.

DISDAT returns with its 5th release, dedicated to a true pioneer that has shaped electronic music culture as we know it today, Andrew Weatherall. There is not much to say that has not already been said about the Governor, so we will just give our respects and let his music do the talking.

During the final years of his journey, Andrew made an unforgettable impact on the ReSolute dancefloors with his all night long sets expanding beyond 8 hours. Really embracing the ethos of the New York underground during these visits, he left behind a gift, that we are humbly sharing with the world.

For Vol. V Part 2, the NYC based label decided to invite the minimal master Ricardo Villalobos with a marathon sized remix on B-Side.

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