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Monophonik Kohra
Jugalbandi EP

Jugalbandi EP




1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jul 5, 2024

Dive into the collaborative soundscape of Monophonik and Kohra with the Jugalbandi EP.

Dive into the collaborative soundscape of Monophonik and Kohra with the Jugalbandi EP. Written in Goa, Monophonik's modular wizardry and Kohra's stylish production blends deep techno, progressive trance and intricate breakbeats.

We've got pulsating rhythms intertwining with ethereal melodies, rolling basslines and shimmering percussion. Each track is a sonic tapestry, weaving intricate textures and immersive atmospheres.

Jugalbandi is an Indian term for a collaboration between classical musicians, where two solo artists combine for a duet and on space•lab 012 we have a beautifully futuristic interpretation, primed for the dancefloor.

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