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Various Artists
Rhythm Rituals

Rhythm Rituals

Catno

SPEEDDIAL004

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Australia

Release date

Jul 31, 2024

Speed Dial number 4

After a slight hiatus Jad & The’s Speed Dial imprint is back and this time joined by a myriad of underground talent to give you the Various Artists “Rhythm Rituals” EP.
The A side is jam packed with 3 uptempo tech-prog-chug goodness featuring Eora Nation based up and comer Mtty, label head Jad & The, and a re-issue of Pocket’s timeless “Smoke Signals” previously released via Australia’s seminal “Thunk” Recordings in the year 2000.

On the flip the tempo is slowed but Australian DJs DJ Relax and Local Support deliver arguably the finest moments on the record - broken beat Balearic badness in the best way, hell yeah!

Available in a month

Jul 31, 2024

Media: Mi
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15.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Mtty – Ahhhhh!cid

A2

Jad & The – Headphones In Space

A3

Pocket – Smoke Signals

B1

DJ Relax – Anti Free Flowing Anxiety

B2

Local Support – Dreaming Of…

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