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Pavillon36 : Agonistes Beta-2

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Catalog number
P36-060
 
Playtime: 38:48 - 314kb/s - 72.67 MB
Date released
2011/06/25
Date published
2011/06/24 12:31h
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Substance B is a french producer, mostly breackore and dirty electro. Very first track in 2004 and very first album in 2005. He's the owner of the netlabel PEEP records & released music on labels such as Marasm or Sociopath Recordings.


Ruby My Dear was first discovered under the name Doc Colibri with EPs on Sociopath Recordings or Love Love Records. With his new project, he's just released on Acroplane Recordings & on the well-known french breakcore label, Peace Off.


So we're very pleased to welcome these great artists on Pavillon36 Recordings for this split release between Abstract, Dubstep, Drill & Bass and Breakcore. An ideal confrontation for your listening pleasure!

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