Unknown Artist ‎– Lapis Lazuli EP

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Primitive ‎– PRIM03, Primitive ‎– PRIM 003
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 Untitled
A2 Untitled
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled

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Direct Metal Mastering

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  • Matrix / Runout: PRIM 003 A-1-1-1 MANDY THE EXCHANGE DMM D
  • Matrix / Runout: PRIM 003 B-1-1-1 D

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tom.miskin

tom.miskin

April 13, 2020
All re-released by Chris - pick up this absolute gem for a fraction of the price: https://primitivelabel.bandcamp.com/album/lapis-lazuli-ep
lewbylew

lewbylew

January 28, 2020
All this talk about the A2 on this record (which is great) but I’m surprised no one has mentioned the B2. Lush, carefully constructed minimalism for the fragile hours of the night. The type of thing that takes on a new life on a big sound system. Can not recommend this enough.
pleb

pleb

January 30, 2017
A2 has a beautiful chordy outro, meaning great for mixing a tune with a long "beaty" intro into it. I always mixed in https://www.discogs.com/Kid-Scientific-Lovelife/master/325275 for a long mix in the right key.
philrobertson

philrobertson

August 11, 2016

This is a beautiful tech house EP! Its still fresh and dancefloor killer...
isaacSMILE

isaacSMILE

February 27, 2014
Great release. A2 is what you want. Heavy deep tech.
dj_norf_yurksha

dj_norf_yurksha

July 14, 2013
Yeah I agree, it is a seriously solid house track and would appeal to many DJs. I have played it since it came out and it still sounds current today, proof that a great tune never goes out of style. All the primitive releases are by Swag.
overseastom

overseastom

December 13, 2011
A2 is possibly my favourite ever house tune. It's perfect in every way. It's thumping, deep, smooth, techy and just plain...housey. It sounds like it was probably produced by aliens, or that they would at least speak its language. Perfect record - find it.