Innershades ‎– Gravure

Wicked Bass ‎– WB013
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): WB013-A 97914 1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): WB013-B 97914 1B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WB013 Innershades Gravure(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Wicked Bass WB013 Ukraine 2015
WB013 Innershades Gravure(12", TP) Wicked Bass WB013 Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version


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February 2, 2018
edited 8 months ago
Neverending Summer is one of my favourites track of Innershades. I can reccomend !


August 13, 2014

Enter comment from someone not related to label or artist. Track one is an ok acid stomper. Like dj Duke used to do back in 1994. Very of that period. It's not bad. The "Drexciya like track" is also ok. Nothing special. There is no reason to put this on repeat it's very predictable and doesn't really do much. Lackluster. Even if the sounds are there. Track really doesn't fit on the record IMO. Never ending Summer is by far the best track on here. Ambient house maybe retro deep house track. It's a nice track. After the first two to three it doesn't really bring it home but still keeps it in a nice moody sounding pace. Fun track. The remix takes it into a more Detroit techno feel. A bit like a Dan curtin. Unfortunately like me of his average tracks circa 1995. This record is very retro feeling. All old sounding. Strange to think this record would hit home with newbies or really win over much old schoolers credit like me. Seems like knock off techno done fairly good. 1 good song and 3 ok. Fitting oddly in with each other. Strange ep.