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Various - NDATL Special Edition 2012 MP3

Various - NDATL Special Edition 2012 MP3

Performer: Various
Title: NDATL Special Edition 2012
Style: Deep House
Released: 2012
Cat#: NDATL SE 2012
Country: US
Label: NDATL Muzik
Size MP3 version: 2048 mb
Size FLAC version: 2850 mb
Size WMA version: 2548 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 299
Genre: Electronic

Various - NDATL Special Edition 2012 MP3


Tracklist

1Kai AlcéShut Your Eyes
2Marcellus PittmanUnirhythm Track
3SpecterDo You Really Know?

Notes

Sold at Deep Detroit Vol 4 Event Saturday May 26th, 2012 and at some online shops.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side A): NDATL SE 2012-A (U)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side B): NDATL SE 2012-B (U)

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Lyrtois
the specter track here is just hypnotizing! great ep overall
Bluecliff
I think Shut Your Eyes samples the beat of "After Hours - Feel It (Bonus Beats)" on Strictly Rhythm
Kamuro
While I uniformly dislike any record that's intended for djs (who actively play vinyl) but not pressed as a 12", because only the quality of a well-mastered BIG FAT DEEP GROOVE twelve can truly honor these tracks...in the end I tip my invisible hat to this release. Every cut is great. The A-Side is especially deep and I will be playing it out.

L.I.E.S., Deconstruct, and Supply are good examples of labels keeping their releases BIG, BLACK, novelty-less, and ultimately of high quality in regards to mastering and pressing.

I'd like to see NDATL keep it big and black too.

~ Size Queen
Maximilianishe
Every time i listen to this ep i have a different favourit track from it. Whether it's Specters beatdown tune with a trippy repetative vocal that gives the track almost misterious feel, Kai Alces subtile deep house drive, or it's Marcellus specific programing on a thin line between detroit house and tecno, one thing is certain, all of them delivered top quality tracks for this special edition in their own recognizable way and all tracks will work depending of the mood you whant, both in the club and for your listening pleasure.

Delalbine
£15 for a record? Worth every penny, Pittman is definitely from another planet.