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Nicolini
Sopratutto

Sopratutto

Artists

Nicolini

Catno

SON12-004

Formats

1x Vinyl LP 45 RPM Mini-Album

Country

Netherlands

Release date

Feb 13, 2023

Sopratutto by Nicolini on South of North.

Nicolini is back with the next installment of stripped-down drum workouts and sound system madness. Spread across seven tracks and as many tempos, the dutch multi-instrumentalist and producer veers effortlessly between looped-up sax riffs (with a Twin Peaks ambience), dubby wave, mutant dancehall, low-slung steppers and manic 180 bpm experiments. Along with guest appearances from Nushin Naini and Martha de Barros, Sopratutto is an adventure through bass cones above and beyond what Nicolini has laid down before. "

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$27.83*

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SON12-004 - NL - 2023

A1

Clear Song

1:31

A2

Sopratutto

3:44

A3

Stretch Dat Neck

2:47

A4

Madda

2:13

B1

Plans In The Bunker

2:20

B2

Bull Bling

3:45

B3

Where Are They From

2:33

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