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8 thoughts on “ Stereociti - Early Light (Vinyl)

  • Vojora
    22.01.2020 at 10:44
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    We agree: it just sounds better on vinyl. Build or expand your collection with popular pre-orders, new releases, and best-selling vinyl. Explore our selection of records by price point, by genre & more. Reply
  • Samurr
    20.01.2020 at 06:58
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    Born in Japan but based in Berlin, Stereociti (real name Ken Sumitani) has made Mojuba the primary outlet for his productions. Lost Land is his second LP, and it comes more than four years after Mojuba issued Kawasaki, the first full-length for both artist and label. Reply
  • Yozshukasa
    25.01.2020 at 03:40
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    Mar 01,  · Early Light Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] Was Wordandsound Medien GmbH (on behalf of Mojuba Records); Pink Floyd Music Publishers, and 1 Music Rights Societies. Reply
  • Male
    25.01.2020 at 08:18
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    Not in-store, available for order, arrives in weeks. Still on-going Covid times are delaying delivery times. Sorry for the inconvenience. Reply
  • Bagar
    21.01.2020 at 09:31
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    Both colored vinyl pressings and picture discs have been issued as commercial releases and as promo-only releases. In the early s, Columbia Records would occasionally press promotional copies of both singles and albums on colored vinyl (we’ve seen red, yellow, blue, green, and purple) in order to grab the attention of radio programmers. Reply
  • Shakaran
    26.01.2020 at 23:00
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  • Arashim
    27.01.2020 at 10:33
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    About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! Reply
  • Mikabei
    27.01.2020 at 16:25
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    May 04,  · Stereociti's Citifunk EP for Deep Explorer ranged from gentle gyration to quirky funk. Its opening "Track No. 1" was a veritable massage of a track, and its jazzy samples, laid-back grooves and neo-Detroit keyboards left me particularly keen to hear what the Tokyo-based DJ, producer and graphic designer would do for the textile mavens at oupnasdingwiracomrubbpergrabcornslovgo.coinfo: Chris Burkhalter. Reply

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