Aymeric
Computer Love

Computer Love
Computer LoveComputer Love

Artists

Aymeric

Labels

Exarde

Catno

XRD008

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Computer Love, Exarde, XRD008, Aymeric, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, Chat Noir distribution, Chat Noir store,

The Hateful Eight for dancefloor aficionados comes to you from France. Label Exarde is ready to hit with some bangers in ya chest - as always - with this fresh fourtracker from Lille's producer Aymeric.

Young musician from Northen France is a serious man and does not mess about. He has his own strictly vinyl imprint “These Tasty Records” with three releases already in his roaster. He was also spotted on five different vinyl releases but this time it is going be his first solo EP. Sitting in the lockdown Aymeric was inspired with proven classics from 1990-2000's and the roaring spirit of the dance crowd. Get ready for some rudest grooves for the peak time.

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