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The Passengers
The PassengersThe Passengers






1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM



Release date

Jul 1, 2022

Four timeless cuts by Estrato Aurora & Siarem plus an outstanding remix by VC-188A. Everything we dreamed of.

Oscillating bass tones, off-kilter drums, velvety pads, melancholic synths, ambient soundscapes. Four timeless cuts by Estrato Aurora & Siarem plus an outstanding remix by VC-188A. Everything we dreamed of.

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