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Various Artists
The Saddle Club

The Saddle Club

Catno

EN002

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Australia

Release date

Sep 12, 2022

The Saddle Club, Australia, Espace Noir, EN002, Various Artists, Electronic Music, Chat Noir distribution, Chat Noir store,

Can you hear the hoofs? For their first Various Artist Compilation, Espace Noir is proud to bring to its stables some of the most daring riders in the scene. All the way from Canada come Unknown Mobile and Maara. They join Melbourne (Naarm) favourites Mabel and Reflex Blue. The result? Stomping 303 lines, spaced out vocals and punching breaks that might just knock you off your saddle. Giddy up cowboy, these equine beauties are gonna take you for a real gallop.

Available in 11 days

Oct 7, 2022

Media: Mi
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15€*

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A1

Unknown Mobile - Hypno 5

A2

Maara - Waitin 2 Snap

B1

Reflex Blue - Floating Down Stream [Virtual Mix]

B2

Mabel - Psychedelic Dog Head

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