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El Choop
Closing Motif EP

Closing Motif EP


El Choop




Echocord 091


1x Vinyl 12" EP



Release date

Mar 17, 2023

Closing Motif EP by El Choop on Echocord.

El Choop makes a welcome return to Echocord this March with the ‘Closing Motif’ EP, Deadbeat and Luke Hess step in on remix duties.

Harvey Jones, better known to most as El Choop, is a London based producer and DJ most notably known his Dub leaning House and Techno output for the likes of Greyscale, Ornate Music, Ranges, Etui Records and of course Echocord where he returns here following the 2021 ‘Insane Sends’ EP.

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