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Various Artists
Tourists From The Future EP

Tourists From The Future EP
Tourists From The Future EPTourists From The Future EP




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Nov 3, 2022

The Future Tones crew is back with 'Tourists From The Future EP', this time it's the turn for two of the co-owners (Just Someone and On Jetlag), and the intro & outro are done by the Barcelona resident turntablist Iron F4c3.

On the A side Just Someone delivers an hypnotic Tech House track with Test 1, and for the A3 comes with an electro breaky with the Tyrant.

B side comes On Jet Lag with two dancefloor Tech house tracks, Many Dreams and Día 28.

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Intro by Iron F4c3


Just Someone – Test 1


Just Someone – The Tyrant


On Jet Lag – Many Dreams


On Jet Lag – Dia 28


Outro by Iron F4c3

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