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Baraka (Remixes Part 2)

Baraka (Remixes Part 2)








1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jul 14, 2023

French electronic duo Baraka asked 7 artists they love to add their touch to their first self-titled EP. Big thank you to Blu:sh, Desire, Glen S, Mabel, Spray, Vel & Von Riu for their vision, talent and passion.

Available in 2 months

Jul 14, 2023

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Baraka - World of Content (Spray Remix)


Baraka - Queen (Blu:sh Remix)


Baraka - Insomnia (Mabel Remix)


Baraka - Final Fantasy (Von Riu Remix)

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