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Various Artists
Various YA.R 002

Various YA.R 002
Various YA.R 002Various YA.R 002




1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jan 25, 2023

After a first succesful release, Lyon based crew YA.R is back with their second release.

After a first succesful release, Lyon based crew YA.R is back with their second release that brings you a different vibe, darker, more energic that leads toward the deep hours of the night.

Aladdin starts with the brighter track, a light track, which will bring you a silly smile and which borders on derision with samples of phone commercials, riffs of old school Trance and acid lines.

Funktroid take the A side a step further into the Trance flavour, this one will hit the dancefloor just the right way it has to be done, big acid lines that will melt your face down and airy pads that will raise your conscience into a higher state.

The B side welcomes our guest Obsidian, a project started by 3 talented space explorer. As you can hear their music comes directly from the year 2123, they will take you on an interstellar journey with their spaceship moving at speedlight with no feel of disturbances.

Then we have our local heroes Sela & Zgelt who invites you to share their mystical beverages so that you can land gently from this journey while contemplating the stars and the interstellar void.

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Aladdin! - Motorolex


Funktroid – Born Free


Obsidian - iAtoo


SELA & Zgelt – Mystical Drink

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