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ES-Q
The X Feels EP

The X Feels EP

Artists

ES-Q

Catno

PXU004

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Aug 31, 2022

ES-Q Brings us another 4 tracks of other worldly, synthed out, drum machine club cuts with his latest outing on his own label PARALLAX UNKNOWN.

ES-Q Brings us another 4 tracks of other worldly, synthed out, drum machine club cuts with his latest outing on his own label PARALLAX UNKNOWN. Giving us all the bleeps and weighty basslines we come to expect from the label, direct from its Sheffield roots. Fellow sheffield-er and Klasse records regular DJ STEVE is part of the crew with a stomping acid remix!

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

16.99€*

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A1

X-FEELS

A2

Wake The Crew

B1

Space Port Passion

B2

Space Port Passion (DJ Steve Remix)

B3

Pleasures of The Sexual Kind

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