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Mekine U Teksi
Steppenroboter Versus Transeuropa

Steppenroboter Versus Transeuropa




1x Vinyl LP



Release date

Mar 1, 2023

Evocative and spooky contemporary prog. Mekine U Teksi has absolutely nailed it to fetishist levels.

Evocative and spooky contemporary prog. Mekine U Teksi has absolutely nailed it to fetishist levels. It sounds like the synths were the only thing keeping the castle warm the night this was recorded.

The whole record it's made even more unnerving by the fact that the 4th track doesn't exist.

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