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N-Gynn
Bandido EP

Bandido EP
Bandido EPBandido EP

Artists

N-Gynn

Catno

CLASSIQ002

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

May 24, 2024

N-Gynn drops the second release on his and Thoma Bulwer’s Classique label with four undeniable bombs in his vintage style with a modern twist.

N-Gynn drops the second release on his and Thoma Bulwer’s Classique label with four undeniable bombs in his vintage style with a modern twist. Acido is on a classic house tip with sexy female vocals that will get you up, out and dancing with all your best moves, shakes and cheeky smiles. Bandido is on a similarly vibe with deep chords and bumpy house groove to boot! Red-E is more on a deeper techno tip and will take you into new cosmic plains, while PH Neutral will put you straight back into hazy Hackney Wick minimal states of consciouses.

Early support from Raresh, Voigtmann, tINI, Enzo, Rhadoo, Harry McCanna, Silverlining and Anna Wall.

All tracks written and produced by N-Gynn
Engineer Remi Mazet.
Mixed and Mastered by Thoma Bulwer at TB Mastering, Hackney Wick, London

Available in 4 days

May 24, 2024

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

14.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Acido

A2

Red-E

B1

Bandido

B2

PH Neutral

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