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Jack Bags
Panorama Groove Vol. 2

Panorama Groove Vol. 2


Jack Bags




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Oct 27, 2023

New La Sabbia Dischi

Jack Bags returns to La Sabbia with Panorama Groove Volume 2. An intense flight through dark electro sounds and hypnotic techno grooves, expressing his true acid love.

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