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Various Artists
One Long Groove

One Long Groove
One Long GrooveOne Long Groove

Labels

Nug-Net

Catno

NUG-NET-03

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Germany

Release date

In 2021 during the coronavirus pandemic, Gene On Earth created his production masterclass “Nuggets: The Blueprint”.

In 2021 during the coronavirus pandemic, Gene On Earth created his production masterclass “Nuggets: The Blueprint”. This is the third release of a collection of works submitted by students shortly after finishing the course. The class of 2022 overcame expectations and birthed a digital compilation and 5 vinyl releases to come out during 2023. Nug-Net will continue to be a home for music written by course students. To take the course, visit www.nug-net.com.

Available in 4 months

Mar 22, 2023

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

14.99€*

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A1

DJ Bowlcut - Grooving in Jeju Island

A2

Anadoloo & VTL - Rolla

B1

Jean Bressan - Say What

B2

Rewi Da Kooney - Incognito

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