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Nylosphere
Kalahari Sunrise

Kalahari Sunrise
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Catno

SR002

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

US

Release date

May 9, 2024

Ring Ring Ring! The dawn of a fresh day brings a new release near.

Ring Ring Ring! The dawn of a fresh day brings a new release near. Squid Recordings inks its way into existence with a heavy foot on rave Americana.

With releases on Rush Hour, Velocity and his own Nylon Recordings, James ‘Nylon’ Thomas sees his Nylosphere project reborn, remastered and retouched (over two decades later) for the modern world.

The two widely varying title tracks, backed with equally contrasting mixes, are a microcosm of what late 90s, American-made dance music embodied. That is, a web of genre hopping maximalism, analog driven punchiness and a beautiful uncertainty to a post millennia world.

Available Tomorrow

May 10, 2024

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

14.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Kalahari Sunrise (Original)

A2

Kalahari Sunrise (Sunrise Mix)

B1

So Beautiful (Original)

B2

So Beautiful (Anna-Log Mix)

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