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Adam Curtain
Elsitas Dreamland

Elsitas Dreamland




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Oct 10, 2022

Adam Curtain turns out a record of breaks, electro and bass-heavy tracks. Includes a 140 remix from the legendary Ciel and also a UK Funky tinged remix from Bakongo (aka Roska).

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Elsitas Dreamland


Elsitas Dreamland (Ciel's Outta Tune Remix)




Rage in the Cage


Rage in the Cage (Bakongo Remix)

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