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Vitess
Splitter EP

Splitter EP

Artists

Vitess

Catno

STRCTR009

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

France

Release date

Genres

Tech

Styles

House

Lacking no celerity in its approach to dancefloor traction, the second incursion on STRCTR from Paris-based rising talent Vitess is primed to slap a smile on the face of 90s breaks, electroid techno dashers and pumped-up trance lovers. Following up to releases on Happiness Therapy, Pulse Msc and Chat Noir Tools, Vitess is bound to break the sound barrier with “Splitter” - a no-frills four-tracker featuring two originals + two remixes designed to bulldoze its way onto upper spheres of consciousness with absolute panache and determination.

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: Not Graded

18€*

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A1

Highway

A2

"Highway" (Djoko remix)

B1

Tunnel Phase

B2

"Tunnel Phase" (Janeret remix)

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