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PTDD
Sizipin EP

Sizipin EP

Artists

PTDD

Catno

FD004

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Netherlands

Release date

Sep 23, 2022

After debuting on Flippen Disks in 2018 and a follow-up track on Bradley Zero’s Rhythm Section, PTDD is back on Flippen Disks with this debut solo-EP called „Sizipin“.


Melting PTDD’s signature minimalist sound with a welcoming harmonic world in Hoe Je Het Snijdt, taking a wide array of influences from UK-bass and broken beat in Sizipin to HipHop in N Btj Blvn Dnsn or more progressive club sounds in Kajuit, this EP is a clear big step in PTDD’s development as a producer. 


„Sizipin“, a made-up term for an adaptor that you don’t know the use for anymore, it’s a rather fitting name considering the circumstances of the creation go this EP. A connector for quitting his day-job to focus fully on audio and music work, building his studio in deep pandemic lockdown-Utrecht and most importantly becoming a father. Also features a vocal performance of PTDD’s son Olivier. Can you find it?

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Sep 23, 2022

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14.99€*

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A1

Hoe Je Het Snijdt

A2

Sizipin

A3

N btj blvn dnsn

B1

Kajuit (Glorious)

B2

btj blvn dnsn (MSJY & Premis Remix)

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