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1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Sep 7, 2022

Shoal's second release, on Harmony Rec., characterizes the current sound of the Prague-based collective.

Shoal's second release, on Harmony Rec., characterizes the current sound of the Prague-based collective. The EP's side A is largely dedicated to dance floors providing driving & groovy loops, whereas side B is reaching a deeper atmosphere with an emphasis on broken rhythms.

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