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FUSELab : Fuselab Podcast 16

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FSPOD016
 
Playtime: 48:54 - 320kb/s - 91.69 MB
Date released
2013/04/10
Date published
2013/04/10 18:00h
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16th issue of our podcast series mixed by Monokle – our old-old comrade and key artist, Ki Records star-kid and just a nowadays Russia’s electronic scene hero. Yeah, all dope! Dancy bass, glitchy and noisy urban breath with all those lyrical atmospheres and hooks.

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