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Mardel
Perceptions EP

Perceptions EP
Perceptions EPPerceptions EP

Artists

Mardel

Catno

VMR002

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Portugal

Release date

Genres

Techno

Styles

Techno

Vilamar collective’s second dance floor-oriented EP lands with a bang, concerning the intentions laid out in their opening salvo from late 2020: this is classical, transparent techno that leaves little room for interpretation. Intense bass weight, watertight arrangements, and an appreciation for the power of silence – all these qualities combine into raw momentum that will satisfy the voracious dancers of Waking Life’s floresta stage, Labyrinth, or the big house itself. Plug in and feel the pressure.

Available Tomorrow

Sep 23, 2022

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: Not Graded

10€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Red Ring

A2

Us And That

B1

Expansions XI

B2

Afrikalektra

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