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Shubaka 03
Shubaka 03Shubaka 03

Labels

Shubaka

Catno

SHBK 03

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Spain

Release date

Nov 1, 2016

Styles

House

Shubaka come through with their third release, a big time house affair featuring two heavyweights of the scene, DJ Nature and Damon Lamar. The A side features a magical downtempo house number from DJ Nature. Think 90s NYC, a crisp bass line and some mysterious keys. Damon Lamar takes things deeper on the flip, with a slow burning house number that packs plenty of emotion and atmosphere.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: No Cover

6.95€*9.45€

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

Comes on paper inner sleeve.

A1

DJ Nature - Flip

B1

Damon Lamar - One Last Thang

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