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Catno

HARMONY014

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Czechia

Release date

May 17, 2024

[HARMONY014] is a four-track VA compilation that blends warm rhythm into dreamy groove.

[HARMONY014] is a four-track VA compilation that blends warm rhythm into dreamy groove.

Club-oriented A-side opens with “It’s me bb” tailored by Alfred Czital, setting an intimate, yet vibrant tone of the compilation, followed by Jamida's melodic “Lots Of Love” infused in harmonic vocals.

Side B navigates through deeper-end density fields, suitable on or off the dance floor. Poygonia's “Akkala” encompasses tribal traditions and pulsing beats, while Andy Garvey's Euphorique is finding balance between divine pads and collapsing percussion, wrapping up the compilation.

Available Tomorrow

May 10, 2024

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

13.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Alfred Czital – It’s me bb

A2

Jamida – Lots of Love

B1

Polygonia – Akkala

B2

Andy Garvey – Euphorique

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