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    Legowelt / Nadia StruiwighMadness Swims Behind / Sgrol Ma

    Label:Artone Studio – ARTONE001, Clone – ARTONE001
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Test Pressing
    Country:Netherlands
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    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno

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    ALegoweltMadness Swims Behind
    BNadia StruiwighSgrol Ma
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    Clone Records and Record Industry join forces to create this unique direct-to-disc event.

    For this one off special we've asked Legowelt and Nadia Struiwigh to perform live at the Artone Studio located in the Record Industry pressing plant in Haarlem. Both will bring their hardware setups for the performance and it will be cut straight from the studio floor onto lacquer. A very limited run of the record will be produced and available at the Clone Pop-up Store located at Westergasterrein that same weekend!

    The Artone studio has a live room and a mastering space designed for live performances. A state of the art, high fidelity, live recording space utilizing high-quality modern and vintage analog recording and mastering techniques and equipment.

    There will be room for a small audience to witness this process live. A must see for the true vinyl afficionado! Please note that this is an invite only event, but will be streamed live here for everyone to see!

    Location: Artone Studio at Record Industry on Nijverheidsweg 36, Haarlem.

    Clone Pop-upstore Amsterdam is located at Pazzanistraat 3 and open from Wednesday 16 October till Sunday 20 October from 12.00-18.00.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout: 28476 1A CLONE X ARTONE001
    • Matrix / Runout: 28476 1B CLONE X ARTONE001

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    daftcombo
    That's something interesting. Is the music good or is it just a curiosity?