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Johnny Hunter Remi Mazet
Passing Through Fyah EP

Passing Through Fyah EP
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Catno

PCLUB020

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jul 25, 2024

For the 20th Pleasure Club release we are very happy to present an EP from two core members of the Pleasure Club family - Johnny Hunter & Remi Mazet.

For the 20th Pleasure Club release we are very happy to present an EP from two core members of the Pleasure Club family - Johnny Hunter & Remi Mazet.

The "Passing Through Fyah EP" comes via the connected mind of both artists, with a record which spans and blurs the realms of house, techno and electro. Characterised by dubwise basslines, cosmic synth work and expert drum programming, this one feels like the perfect way for us to celebrate the two zero milestone.

A big shout out to everyone who has supported the label until now. We really appreciate it <3

Available in a month

Jul 25, 2024

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

14.99€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Passing Through Fyah

A2

Open Individual

B1

No Confusion

B2

Shadow Realm

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