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Your Own Power Remixes

Your Own Power Remixes

Artists

Priori

Labels

NAFF

Catno

NAFF015

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Canada

Release date

Mar 18, 2022

Styles

Techno

Late last year, Canadian producer Priori returned with his second album ‘Your Own Power’ to great acclaim. Released via his NAFF imprint, the album showcased a more contemplative style to his productions and featured one collaborative track with label partner Ex-Terrestrial. The story continues as Priori enlists a heavyweight line-up of artists to rework some of the album’s standout tracks.

Slated to drop on the 18th March, ‘Your Own Power Remixes’ features new editions from Donato Dozzy, Aurora Halal, DJ Python, and Bambounou alongside a Priori VIP - each bringing their own flair and style to the record.

Priori is an alias of Francis Latreille who first put out solo releases on Greek label Echovolt and Canadian imprint ASL Singles Club. Known to be an avid collaborator, Latreille is involved in a number of projects including Jump Source, M.S.L., Housemates, New World Science, ANF and more. He has also worked on mixing projects by fellow artists including Roza Terenzi, Ex-Terrestrial, RAMZi, Bambii, and Ouri.

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A1

Priori - Winged (Donato Dozzy Remix)

A2

Priori - Winged (Aurora Halal Remix)

A3

Priori - Oyl (DJ Python Remix)

B1

Priori - 2-9-1 (Bambounou Remix)

B2

Priori - Winged (Priori Rezone)

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