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Tumbadora EP

Catno

CKNOWEP62

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jul 19, 2024

Styles

Techno

Comprehensive, full-spectrum, sonic experiments built for clubs. Uncategorisable in all the right ways. Danny Daze and Jonny From Space team up for their joint Craigie Knowes debut. The ‘Tumbadora’ EP is a masterclass in technical production whilst retaining all the rhythm and power required to destroy dancefloors. It’s one for the listeners and the clubbers. Nick León steps in with a stripped back version of ‘Sweet Spot Radio’ that’s every bit as mind-melting as the 3 original tracks. Prepare for the freefall!

Available in a month

Jul 19, 2024

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

13.99€*

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A1

Sweet Spot Radio

A2

Sweet Spot Radio (Nick Leon Dub)

B1

Tumbadora

B2

Slime

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