David August ‎– Epikur EP

Label:
Innervisions ‎– IV50.III
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP
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Tracklist

A1 Epikur 8:07
B1 Agatha 7:13

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Notes

Track durations and BPM are not given on the record.
BPM:
A1: 118
B1: 117

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  • Rights Society: GEMA

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mpaessler

mpaessler

November 16, 2018
edited 4 months ago

Really great release by David August. Must have! A repress will be available very soon according to deejay.de.:
https://www.deejay.de/David_August_Epikur_IV503_Vinyl__215580
Sephiroth_X

Sephiroth_X

May 15, 2018
Always loved good progressive house, but finding real talent is a tiresome task, most of the stuff is pretty much the same idea over and over (well same as with many 4/4 electronic dance music right) this two are gems for sure, each one with its own distinctive character love both equally first is cosmic spacial stuff, the second is emotional with a somewhat folkish feeling.
Wizhard

Wizhard

July 4, 2017

Wow... that piano break in Epikur... Sheer beauty. Touches your soul. Absolute gem, I have no words to describe how it gives me the chills. Agatha is also a fantastic hypnoriental piece with a languid rythm. Masterpiece EP.
batarilo

batarilo

April 19, 2016
repress available at Muting the Noise Store per 19.04. :-)
Aequi

Aequi

March 3, 2016

There is something quite unique about Epikur that I can't seem to find on any other song, and I can't identify what it is. There is a kind of nostalgia vibe, for example you can find a similar vibe in Board of Canada records, yet the instruments are not as unique as they are for Board of Canada, but the result is just as powerfull. It would be nice if anyone has something quite similar to recommend.
clearybuzz

clearybuzz

August 16, 2014
B-side is a slice of heaven.