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Casting Shadows with Maja Pa

Casting Shadows with Maja Pa




1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Apr 21, 2023

Maja Pa presents the third and final installment in the Casting Shadows series with five tracks showcasing her unique style.

Maja Pa presents the third and final installment in the Casting Shadows series with five tracks showcasing her unique style.

The EP opens with "A Perfect Day" by Art Teachers, an excellent example of their distinct synth punk sound, providing the perfect introduction to the Veveo-verse. Next up is Vastechoses associate Brique Corps, who delivers the jagged body music of "Has Yo For All4,". On the B-side, Czech duo Kontrajas contribute "Lunt," a circuit-breaker from their self-released Laguna EP. Label regular Rory McPike returns to his post-punk persona 2200 for the goth-infused Outlaw. The record concludes with Geoid Color Circle’s mournful "Adieu Trois Mort En Juin”, taken from their Six Sad World tape.

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Art Teachers - Perfect Day


Brique Corps - Brique Corps has yo for all4


Kontrajas - Lunt


2200 - Outlaw


Geoid Color Circle - Adieu Trois Mort En Juin

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