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Ish
Life Plans And Parallel Side Tracks Part 1

Life Plans And Parallel Side Tracks Part 1
Life Plans And Parallel Side Tracks Part 1Life Plans And Parallel Side Tracks Part 1

Artists

Ish

Catno

LBIN07-1

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Germany

Release date

Aug 7, 2023

"Life Plans and Parallel Side Tracks" by Ismael Zouaoui (aka Ish) is the highly anticipated album on Libertine Records.

"Life Plans and Parallel Side Tracks" by Ismael Zouaoui (aka Ish) is the highly anticipated album on Libertine Records. Spanning Electro, Drum 'n' Bass, Dark-Wave, and Ambient, Ish's versatile production shines. Inspired by diverse influences like Brave New World, Japanese Anime, and early Techno/Trance, the album's contemporary, textured sound captivates.

Available Tomorrow

Aug 7, 2023

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

14.99€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Absorbed Frequencys

A2

Strange Attractions

B1

Machine Mind

B2

Hold Me Back ( Feat Giulia A. Maria)

B3

Jungle Hollow

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