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Sasha Pervukhin & Francisco
Rue Des Moines 64 EP

Rue Des Moines 64 EP
Rue Des Moines 64 EPRue Des Moines 64 EP




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After a quickly sold out of Swaety Bulls 002, the Ukrainian producer Alex Pervukhin is back in a collaboration Ep with a Colombian Parisian based newcomer Francisco Fresen. Expect Housey chords from Roland JV, jungle breaks from old school libraries and lot of spicy MPC swing. Tested on dancefloors. Mastering by Kirik

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