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Formats

1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM EP Compilation Stereo

Country

Germany

Release date

Apr 1, 2022

Founded by Blue Hour and Philippa Pacho, ‘positivesource’ is a new record label conceived during the pandemic and absence of nightlife.

Founded by Blue Hour and Philippa Pacho, ‘positivesource’ is a new record label conceived during the pandemic and absence of nightlife. The series will bring together various artists with a focus on progressive attitudes in dance music while paying homage to our roots in early club culture.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

11.99€*

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A1

Ryan James Ford - Purity

5:34

A2

Mikkel Rev - Entrance

7:25

B1

D.Dan - Raw Jam

6:41

B2

Less Distress - Crush The Candy

5:46

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