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Guy Contact
Energy Obsession EP

Energy Obsession EP




1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

May 17, 2024

Fresh Craigie Knowes by Guy Contact

The return of Guy Contact to Craigie Knowes. The “Energy Obsession” EP sees Guy Contact showcase his masterful take on progressive house as he continues to occupy his space at the very head of the pack. Technical and original – it’s a bumper record of 4 deadly beats to spin at your knees-up that are guaranteed to make the club bounce.

Available Tomorrow

May 17, 2024

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