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Electro Aerial EP
Electro Aerial EPElectro Aerial EP




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jul 19, 2024

A split EP from the rising artist Alric Aerial, and from an artist always under our radar , Electrodynamique.

Clut007 served!

This time with a split EP from the rising artist Alric Aerial, and from an artist always under our radar , Electrodynamique.

4 electro dancefloor tracks for every situation. We are sure this one will be in your record bag for a long time.

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Alric Aerial - Gaga Saso


Alric Aerial - Tough Cuts


Electrodynamique - We Are The City


Electrodynamique - Nite Life

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