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Ecstasy EP

Ecstasy EP
Ecstasy EPEcstasy EP






1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Feb 22, 2023

iO (Mulen) returns to his home - Mulen Records after a quite long production pause because of the full-scale Russian invasion in Ukraine. Despite all the troubles that are going with the war in your home, half of this release (the B-side) was written after 24.02.2022.

Signature minimalistic and euphoric at the same time examples of a modern house with the retro feel - that's what we're having here.

Vinyl only.

Available in 6 months

Feb 22, 2023

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


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