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Ethereal Tubes

Ethereal Tubes
Ethereal TubesEthereal Tubes








1x Vinyl 12" EP



Release date

Sep 14, 2022

As one of the people behind the taste making Subwax distribution & label, Baldo's pedigree within the European electronic music community cannot be under stated. Here he pulls together seemingly disparate threads of house & techno from both the past and present to create a well rounded and diverse EP on E-Beamz, from the reminiscent 90's garage house sounds of 'Ethereal Tubes' to the acid tech of 'Drive' and the unashamedly hands in the air stomper 'Ex Machina' (Power House Mix).

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Dreams Of Glass


Ethereal Tubes


Ex Machina (Trance Mix)


Ex Machina (Power House Mix)



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