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V.A. - Funk Purpose Volume 4
V.A.
Funk Purpose Volume 4
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
With three dynamite editions already under their belt Samosa Records ‘Funk Purpose’ series is rapidly turning into one of the finest V/A compilation series available on vinyl today. Having already topped the charts in vinyl stores across the globe the first three editions were a hard act to follow but Samosa have put together perhaps their finest edition to date in Volume 4 with masterful tracks coming from Souldynamic, De Gama, HP Vince and AlexNY. Opening up proceedings are Italian production duo Souldynamic with ‘Black Night’ which is perhaps the perfect set opener. It’s warm and dynamic but equally cool and controlled with soul drenched Philly style vocals. The wonderfully hooky string line gives it an immediate feeling whilst the funky piano and wah guitar licks will cause uncontrollable dancing and add a touch of grit. Also on the A side is De Gama’s ‘Crocodile Boogie’ a monstrous slice of percussion heavy jazzy piano house. The keys give it a powerful punch and despite it’s jazzy leanings it has a cool 70’s theme feel which will open it up to the more clued up dancefloors out there. Over on the flip Dutch producer HP Vince closes out his packed 2020 with ‘My Baby Got The Blues’ a deep blues edged house outing with a real classic feel. Rock solid drum programming gives the chilled vocal all the push that it needs for the dancefloor, it’s a track of togetherness, one for those small hours in both the club and the afterparty. Closing the EP out De Gama has re-built super hot Argentine producer AlexNY’s track ‘Over’. Featuring another powerful soul drenched vocal the warm bass notes draw the listener in for what is a wonderfully crafted track. Again it’s got the dancefloor at its heart but is packed with more than enough class to give it long lasting appeal for home listening. Funk Purpose Vol. 4 features four dynamite tracks all tied together by a late 60’s / early 70’s soulful ethos. Warm an approachable it’s an EP for the club, which again will undoubtedly see huge DJ and radio support, but which will also find itself on many a favourite playlist. Another triumph for Samosa, grab them while they’re hot!
Monsieur Van Pratt - Inner Funk EP
Monsieur Van Pratt
Inner Funk EP
12" | 2022 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,99 €*
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
MVP makes a most welcome return to the Samosa Records stable with his ‘Inner Funk EP’ – a deliciously groovy four tracker that showcases this Mexican maestro’s production talents to the full!

First on the A-Side is the title track, ‘Inner Funk’ – and right away we get down to the serious business of dissecting MVP’s ‘Inner Funk’. The rolling claps and bongo slaps get you into the groove before the most sumptuous of basslines lands. Tight rhythm guitar saturates like a heavy tropical downpour, clearing to a delicately early breakdown of brass stabs and bass picks which act as the apéritif to the vocal main course. Life can be beautiful. Happiness is for everyone. It can, and it is when the melody is this good. It turns out MVP’s ‘Inner Funk’ is the most infectious of the funk family. A solid gold, platinum plated masterpiece that will have even the most reluctant of dancers on that floor. Guaranteed! A2 brings us to ‘Movie Funk’. Take your seat in the MVP Movie Theatre as the curtains draw back and the 70s-themed thrill ride unfolds in your ears. The plot of this blockbuster is about a sultry sax and a sexy trumpet joy ride through a seedy Times Square in Midtown Manhattan. The rhythm, the bass, the disco claps are one; all wrapped up and dressed in the finest of Zoot Suits - taking you to the third act where MVP cuffs you and reads you your rights. The credits roll and you simply have to do it all over again. Movie Funk is a stone-cold box office triumph of a track.

Over to the flip side and B1 – ‘Tasty Funk’. You’ll need to bring your appetites for this one, folks. A world buffet awaits as the 118bpm rhythm starts proceedings off. Once more, an infectious bassline tantalises the taste buds whilst precision organ stabs play with the senses. The intro explodes into heavy wobbly funk bass and wicked Alto Saxophone, which is soon followed by a magnificent Afro-infused vocal chorus that really is the cherry on top of this marvellously delicious cake. Transcendent. Heavenly. If music be the food of love, play this. A concoction of groovy atmospheric, funk-infused perfection is what it is.

Closing the EP off is B2 – ‘Tribe Funk’, a trademark MVP groove (one only this master is capable of) which kicks off with a driving fretless bass and filtered cymbals which cleverly conceal the true nature of this track. A daring, swirling heady mix of afro-horns, subtle steel drums and hypnotic organ chords; constructed with a beat so damn sexy you could dress it up and take it to dinner. The melody is a carefully constructed love potion that, once you drink it, it’ll have you under its spell forever. You can’t fight it, and you won’t fight it. Tribe Funk gets under your skin, into your brain and moves your legs for you. We dare you to drink!

Samosa Records have got MVP at the peak of his game with the ‘Inner Funk EP’. The sound of all four tracks is spectacular; a real credit to MVPs production skills and Samosa Records’ mastering standards. This is a slice of vinyl you simply must own – but be quick. This is sure to be a hot seller which will fly out of record stores!
Lex & Locke - Pacifica EP
Lex & Locke
Pacifica EP
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,29 €* 13,99 € -5%
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Samosa Records releases are coming thick and fast in what could be their finest year yet. Lex & Locke are the latest talent to make their Samosa debut with their ‘Pacifica’ EP – a sublime three tracker which is mouth watering from the off. First up is Balandra. From the moment you hear the raw four to the floor drumbeat, you’re under its spell. The infectious bass riff moves the scenery around a little, whilst the subtle bongo attack teases what’s to come. And what’s coming is a funky, rolling cosmic lead synth that has no right to sound that damn sexy, no right at all. The vibe quickly grows into an interstellar journey, aided by an outrageously funky clav jam that gets inside your head. Balandra feels like the soundtrack to an ‘after dark’ undercover stakeout in a 1970s cop thriller. Detectives Lex & Locke are on the case and the evidence is compelling. A unique, 122bpm funk bomb which has the Samosa fingerprints all over it. A2 is Cabo Pulmo – continuing the vibe of Balandra, Lex & Locke lay down some serious grooves in what initially sounds like a live funk band jamming away in the studio without a care in the world. No soon as we get into the beat and the bass, there’s an immediate switch to a swirling, bold cocktail of funk infused with a touch of jazz that belies the 124bpm tempo. The production is expertly tight; layers of synth, electric organ and punchy guitar riffs make this ideal for both the sun terrace and the dance floor. You’re under arrest, and Lex & Locke are reading you your rights! The final track, Nine Palms has a real quirky, almost broken beat feel to it with its high-hat ride pattern and punchy bass drum. A wickedly twisted analogue organ riff is quickly introduced, which is cleverly used as both a rhythm device and the melodic platform that sets up the whole track. Lex & Locke seem to be total masters of a ‘free-style funky synth lead’, and we’re treated to another slice of this particularly tasty pie in ‘Nine Palms’. Whereas Balandra is the late-night stake-out, Nine Palms is the final act where Lex & Locke high five each other following another successful bust. The Pacifica EP has a wonderfully intimate and assured vibe about it and is sure to feature in many a summer soundtrack. This release also proves that Samosa Records aren’t afraid to go off the beaten path occasionally - and when it’s this good we’re more than happy to follow. Grab this amazing cut of wax while you can!

Ste ‘Esteban’ Hendry (Black Light Disco)
Musta - Maracuja EP
Musta
Maracuja EP
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Samosa continues its white-hot streak for 2021 with the release of Maracuja EP, marking the welcome return of fellow Italian master of the groove – Musta. This dazzling four tracker is Musta at his very best. Intricate and diverse, hypnotic, tribal – all the ingredients are in the melting pot here to deliver a truly distinguished and captivating release which has the Samosa stamp all over it. Leading on the A side is ‘Welcome (To My Africa)' – which immediately kicks off with a sumptuous rolling bass, distinctive hi-hat and rhythmic bongos to draw you in. In an instant, you’re surrounded by layers of African rhythm guitar, sharp brass and woodwind with the most infectious vocal chants. This really is Afro-Funk at its finest – a bouncing, rocking, rhythmic bomb of a track which will fill any dance floor. Next up is the EP title track, 'Muracuja'. With this, Musta has created a funk infused mid-tempo stomper which wastes no time at all in getting us to the centre of the action. The slapped bass, tribal beats and brass stabs lead to a glorious, harmonised tribalistic chorus which is suddenly awash with flowing key changes and melody. The breakdown only serves as a brief respite before the senses are hit again with a swirling ocarina, chunky bass and clavinet groove tidal wave. An absolute gem that is bound to feature in DJ sets and charts alike. On the flip side, we start things off with ‘Cosmic Cut’. The drum heavy intro lasts seconds before the instrumentation subtly kicks in like a distant train approaching. The rhythm is insanely addictive; sophisticated Afro beats flow over you whilst the sizzling vocal combines perfectly with the spellbinding deep bass. This type of sound has the Samosa fingerprints all over it. Intoxicating and enthralling in equal measure, this will slide easily into any DJ set. Closing the EP out with considerable style is 'Cumbuco', which is another magnificent cut of expertly crafted world music. Musta quickly lures us in with a conga beat and rolling drums; building nimbly to a mesmeric bass line and an almost ethereal looped vocal chant. Then we’re hit with the sax – oh my! A sax so dirty you want to take it outside and hose it down. This is one sexy and sensual express train combining funky bass, contagious rhythms, outrageous organ sweeps and sophisticated sample loops. A perfect final act for a sensational EP. The Maracuja EP is another nailed-on winner for Samosa Records and is sure to fly off the shelves and onto the dance floors in the blink of an eye. Don’t hang around – get this one in your record bag quickly.
Dirtyelements & Drunkdrivers - Never Give Up EP
Dirtyelements & Drunkdrivers
Never Give Up EP
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If Samosa Records combining with Dirtyelements & Drunkdrivers sounds like a match made in heaven, then here’s the proof. Samosa Records bangs down the door of 2021 with an absolute peach of an EP from the supremely talented Tuscany based trio - Dirtyelements & Drunkdrivers. This latest gem from the Samosa juggernaut features four tracks that ooze with sumptuous disco and funk fudge, sprinkled with a secret ingredient known only to these Italian masters. First up is Baby: “How’s everybody feeling?” is the question asked. The twisted disco bass line, perfectly filtered brass and stomping beat provide the perfect answer. Then the vocal. Oh my - the vocal. It lands like the first ice-cold beer on a scorching hot day; guitars kick in with the swirling brass ensemble and this groovy train is suddenly at full steam. The melody and tight production are in perfect harmony - it hits you like an aural pleasure ray-gun that stuns the senses. DJs will drop this one on the crowd cold. No warnings given. Next is Disco Ball (Feat. E.M.A.) - from the get-go this is a Class-A funky and chunky number. The ethereal voice samples lure you to a smoke-filled dance floor with a disco slapping bass, a stupendously uplifting brass fanfare and mesmeric three-string guitar riff - wrapping you in a hot, musical tortilla. A breakdown full of mono synth stabs and soft electric piano flakes are added to the recipe; building to a crescendo stuffed with brass, funky bass, wah-wah pedals and a wickedly soaring guitar solo. A serious dance-floor mega-bomb that shatters the glitter ball and makes the hairs stand on end. Leading on the flip-side is Never Give Up. The bass drives straight in, the claps tantalise. Subliminal guitar licks motor into delicious electric piano stabs. Then the sax. THE sax. It’s all about the sax. The whole groove flows majestically, combining subtle and complex key changes. Memories come flooding back of the old days of smoke-filled clubs calling you; powerful bass unites with a heaped serving of cowbell and gloriously gorgeous vocal. This is a solid-as-stone cut; everything fits together, everything makes perfect sense. The message is “You have to dance. You have to lose yourself”. This will be a massive DJ favourite to get juices flowing. The final track is Do It Funk: Swinging and intoxicating - this is raw, punchy and demands your attention from the first beat. The soul and funk vibes slip this into cruise control and it’s one hell of a ride, with a sensually wicked sax melody playing across guitar licks and beat-skips. A track that showcases this trio’s diversity in their production skills and taste, and a perfect cake-topper for what is sure to be a classic EP. This EP will be a must-have for those who are serious about the groove. A super-strong start to the year from Samosa - a label that only knows one direction. Upwards.
V.A. - Italian Disco Machine Volume 2
V.A.
Italian Disco Machine Volume 2
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Samosa)
11,99 €* 14,99 € -20%
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Samosa Records once again lights the Olympic Groove Torch, this time with a follow up to the hugely successful Italian Disco Machine Vol. 1. The stellar line-up for this gorgeous slice of wax features Samosa label co-owner Les Inferno, Shamako, M.B. Edit and CeZar – all bringing different and unique flavours to this ‘Festival dell'Italo Funk’. A1 is Les Inferno with ‘Boogie Bones’ (which could easily be Les Inferno’s alternative ‘soprannome’). Coming in at 125bpm we’re straight in with this groove. The subtle hints of The Trammps’ ‘Soul Bones’ become clearer as we motor a long from the intro through to the sublime funky bassline. This has Les Inferno’s dabs over it; with his laser-sighted cutter in hand, respect is duly paid to the original (the vocals sound as fresh as the day they were recorded!) - the end product being a perilously funky, disco bath-bomb to soap up any dance floor. The rhythm bone is connected to the boogie bone, and don’t you forget it! A2 is ‘I Like To Love’ - a sultry, sassy, sexual chocolate fountain of a track from Shamako, who hails from the Italian province of Macerata. This track oozes with cool downtempo funk plasma. The languid bassline is like a river current whilst the synth stabs, sensual sax and soaring strings carry you along the banks. The delicious vocal enters at a perfect moment – expertly combining the tight arrangement which swiftly travels into funky guitar territory. If you like your slow groove as sexy as Sophia Loren coated in a champagne glaze, this is going to be your go-to track. A pure delight. B1 Starting proceedings on the B-Side is Samosa favourite M.B. Edit with ‘All Night’. An absolute mid-tempo rump shaker, the pulsating synth bass and filtered organ builds with an outrageous low-end beat that really tess the speakers. Filthy guitar licks combine with a contagious vocal chant of “funk and soul, all night!” to lay the ground for one of the funkiest riffs you’re likely to hear. This, boys and girls is what Samosa is all about. B2 Closing things off on the B-side is CeZar with the trumpet-laden chugger, ‘Dancin’ & Feel Good’. A thigh slappin’, foot tappin’ Rose Royce flavoured boogie monster that connects the bridge from disco to funk, only to blow it up again. The beat grabs you instantly, as does the feisty, thrusting brass ensemble. Within no time at all the track explodes into a full-on Norman Whitfield style funk cloud burst which has you completely under its spell. Don’t resist it. The perfect cherry to top the most delicious Italian Disco cake. A fierce four tracker which delights, bedazzles and enchants in equal measure, Italian Disco Machine Vol. 2 cements Samosa Records’ place as one of the hottest labels out there right now. Grab it while you can!
Jazzyfunk - All Night Love / Sexy Thing
Jazzyfunk
All Night Love / Sexy Thing
10" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,34 €* 12,99 € -5%
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After unleashing their new 10” label with a ridiculously classy double header from De Gama and Les Inferno back in May Samosa Records is back with another outrageously brilliant release in Sr10-02. This time round they feature the work of yet another incredibly talented Italian producer JazzyFunk. Samosa has become a real melting pot of Italian talent across all of their labels and JazzyFunk has delivered in aces here. As with Sr10-01 it features one track per side and JazzyFunk has provided two tracks of sublime and relentless groove. ‘All Night Love’ has 70’s disco power shining through from every angle from the ever so hooky guitar licks to the laser synths. Add in brass stabs aplenty and some divine vocal harmonies and this is a straight to the centre of the dance-floor anthem. Over on the flip ‘Sexy thing’ is ever so slightly deeper. It’s packed with one of those relentless string laden grooves from which it is simply impossible to escape from. Sax loops glide across the top providing another hook, it’s an impossibly brilliant track. This is a wonderful EP which is destined to fly off the shelves on release.
C. Da Afro - Afro-Disiac EP
C. Da Afro
Afro-Disiac EP
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hot on the heels of what is proving to be one of the EP’s of the year in Funk Purpose Volume 3 Samosa Records keep their 2020 heat going with everyone’s favourite work-a-holic Greek disco missionary C.Da Afro. He’s a producer with disco and house flowing through his veins and is back with another monster of an EP here. Featuring three tracks of divine disco infused with sultry Latin flavours it’s a beautifully balanced release. First up is the eponymous title track in 'Afro-Disiac'. This one is deep groove and brass heavy house. The expressive bass groove lays the foundation for some stellar brass stabs and solos galore with some wonderful guitar licks keeping the track fresh and funky through-out. It’s a track for those wonderfully warm summers’ days when we have nothing more to worry about than to dance in the Ibizan sun. Next up is 'Smoothie' a deeper but no less groove infused track. Again packed to the hilt with some wonderful brass work, it’s another Latin edged track with a hooky vocal which grabs you by the scruff of the neck and bounces you all the way to the middle of the throng on the dance-floor. Solid percussion work keeps the energy levels deceptively high here. A seriously smooth track indeed! Closing the EP out co-label boss De Gama goes to work on the edit of 'Brazilian Groove'. This one is a track which originally popped up on C.Da Afro’s Expresso EP on Samosa a year ago and went on to be a huge DJ favourite across the rest of the year. Giving it a slightly tougher feel De Gama has kept all the best moments of the original intact adding in extra percussion and a heavier kit to take it straight to the main room. A solid rework which will give this one strong legs to see it through another year. A wonderful EP all round yet again for both Samosa and C.Da Afro and another one that is going to fly when it hits the shelves so make sure you get on that pre-order sharpish.
De Gama / Les Inferno - Sometimes Sometimes / Yeah C'mon
De Gama / Les Inferno
Sometimes Sometimes / Yeah C'mon
10" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
SR10 is the brand new spin off label from Samosa Records concentrating on 2 choice cuts from some of the finest producers at the label one each side of a 10” vinyl. It also see’s Samosa announce an exciting collaboration with another of the finest labels out there Tropical Disco who will be handling the digital release for this one down the line.
Launching the brand new imprint it’s only fitting for the label bosses De Gama and Les Inferno to lead things out.
First up is De Gama’s Sometimes Sometimes which see’s him creating a much more reflective track than his previous powerful peak-time percussive club jams. Despite its ever so bluesy laid-back sentiments it’s no less a sublime outing. Velvety smooth the lead vocal is definitely one of those once heard never forgotten magical musical moments. It’s a track of simplicity, a smooth bassline, subtle guitar licks and the wonderful vocal performance. It’s an entrancing life affirming track which has all the hallmarks of a track which absolutely must be listened to again and again. And yeah, maybe just one more time!
Over on the flip Les Inferno takes us off towards classic Philly territory with an equally subtle but ever so funky slice of feel-good disco in ‘Yeah C’Mon’. Smooth percussion, an ever so danceable bassline, brilliantly performed yet subtle keys and another absolute monster vocal. And did we forget to mention the disco flute? Yeah Disco flute, does it get any better. We think not?
This is a 10” which is quite simply undeniable. You must have this in your collection right now because you will need to listen to it time and again. Samosa continues its quest to dominate the disco vinyl landscape with yet another ridiculously superb release.
What are you waiting for just order this and thank us later.
V.A. - Funk Purpose Volume 3 Part 1
V.A.
Funk Purpose Volume 3 Part 1
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Like a fine wine which matures each year Samosa Records steps into 2020 with a beautifully rounded fuller flavour release in the shape of Funk Purpose Vol. 3. In the same way as its predecessors the label has assembled an impressive team of heavy hitting producers to create an eight track EP which will surely cause serious mischief on dancefloors across the globe. As per Vol. 2 the release will be split into two separate four track 12”s which will be released a week apart.
Introducing the first 12” are Irish producers Get Down Edits. Their track ‘Coming At Ya’ sees a new electronic tinged direction for the label. Still harnessing bags of funk and soul it has a decidedly peak-time edge. This is a track which will perfectly fit for a wide range of rooms from straight up house floors courtesy of the frenetic kick to more adventurous disco floors. A golden start!
Next up and one of a raft of supremely talented Mexican producers who have deservedly broken through recently is Monsieur Van Pratt. His track 'U.F.O.' sounds like a 70’s space odyssey re-imagined for the 2020 dancefloor. Wonderfully laconic, its lazy funk draws you in beautifully.
Souldynamic harnesses a powerful but velvety smooth 70’s diva vocal on ‘Better’. Dripping in soul, its smooth strings add a wonderful warmth. Engaging and fulfilling it’s another peak-time moment.
Closing out the first 12” co-label boss De Gama is on familiar percussive ground. This is a producer who took 2019 by storm and if ‘Groove On’ is anything to go by 2020 had better watch out too. Hypnotic organs, bags of layered percussion and ass shakin’ breakdowns all come together for a track which will be a long-time DJ weapon.
First up on the second 12” is well loved Italian producer Moplen who keeps the percussion going strong with ‘Ain't No Dub About It’. Laser Synths, huge basslines and wonderfully expressive synths all combine with a monster funk guitar for a classic groove. Another 70’s-esque masterpiece as glanced through the sharp focus of the 2020 dancefloor lens.
German duo SoulBrigada are up next. Taking things down a couple of notches BPM wise with ‘Gonna Do’ they have created a lazy engaging groove which will see many a dancefloor off into a heaving mass.
Yet another Mexican Connection who came storming through the ranks in 2019 The Funk District is up next with ‘Anywhere You Like’. It’s got a decidedly Tequila soaked tinge to it. Packed with guitars, flutes and hypnotic vocal loops it’s another beautifully imagined slice of left-field disco.
Finally closing out the EP is Italy's DJ Rocca an artist so prolific in 2019 we were unsure where he managed to sneak a few hours of sleep in. Thankfully he also keeps the quality sky-high and so it is with ‘Da Lion Groove’. This one is a funk fuelled disco groove which is heavy on the brass licks and with enough energy to keep everyone dancing until the sure-fire arrival of Funk Purpose Vol. 4.
With a series this brilliant we can’t wait!
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V.A. - Funk Purpose Volume 2 Part 2
V.A.
Funk Purpose Volume 2 Part 2
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Samosa Records continues it’s unstoppable runaway juggernaut of a year with the double EP 'Funk Purpose Vol. 2'.
Pulling out all the stops they have brought together a who’s who of the cream of the disco editor roll of honour. Not content with smashing Part 1 out of the park Part 2 is just as dynamic.
Step up (in alphabetical order) Fingerman, Pete Le Freq, Sleazy McQueen and Swifft Edits on this second 12''.
Hot Digits boss 'Fingerman' is first off and is in playful mode with 'Sabu’s Theme' another track heavy on the groove as a super funky bassline jousts with some great guitar licks. Looped up soul packed vocals soon take centre stage as the track ebbs and flows building drama as it goes. This one is peak time hold your partner tight and tell them you love them dance-floor action.
Another well regarded label boss is Alpaca Edit’s 'Pete Le Freq' who steps into action with 'Crew Say Dah'. Funky guitars, loose ass-shakin’ percussion and strings a-plenty all lead the way as the keys create an outrageously joyful vibe.
Turning over 'Sleazy McQueen' of Whiskey Disco delivers with 'Ready For Luv' a deep disco bumpin' groover of a house track packed with energetic drums, a real bounce of a bassline and smooth pads. The looped up vocal is a real ear worm moment.
The honour of closing out this brilliant release goes to 'Swifft Edits', a Canadian who currently resides in Japan. His entry to the EP 'Funk Comes Alive' is another stand out track. Brass, power vocals and some great drum programming all come together to light up the peak time. A monster track and a perfect way to close out a wonderful 12”.
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De Gama - Funktastic EP
LTJ Edits - Bringing Me Over
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