Various
Emerging V/A

Emerging V/A
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Artists

Various

Catno

CELTD009

Formats

2x Vinyl 12" Coloured

Release date

Apr 4, 2022

Genres

Styles

Electro

Record 1 is translucent red coloured vinyl. Record 2 is transparent dark green smokey coloured vinyl.
The next release on Cultivated Electronics Ltd shines a light on some of the fresh talent emerging from within the Electro scene across this double-vinyl 12".

Media: Mi
Sleeve: Generic

25.55€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

IMOGEN - Anatta

A2

Armec - Acute

B1

Sergey Timoshov - Electro Beats 1

B2

Obzerv - Octro

C1

Cyphon - Nightmare

C2

Khalilian - Valda

D1

Fazack - Weightless

D2

Lindsay Green - Creepin

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