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Speedy J presents V/A

Speedy J presents V/A

Artists

Various

Labels

Stoor

Catno

STOORcomp/1

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Netherlands

Release date

Dec 7, 2020

Speedy J presents V/A on Stoor.

STOORCOMP/1 - NE - 2020

Some stunning electronix, techno and ambient presented by Speedy J on the very first STOOR compilation (STOOR meaning Disturb or Interfere, and the name of his studio, The STOOR Studio). This is a compilation of recordings done by Speedy J and talented and respected artists such as Rodhad, Function, Mumdance, AnD, Colin Benders, Black Asteroid, Conforce and Subjected who all recorded in his large studio space in Rotterdam where Speedy J welcomes guests to experiment with sound and electronic live sessions. Known as a true sound designer Speedy J always is looking forward and exploring new technologies combined with his extensive collection of analogue equipment which he collected since his very first release on Plus 8 records in 1990. Striking moments from each collaboration are captured on limited vinyl editions of 25 each sold directly from the studio. To present this project to a wider audience the studio is proudly presenting its first compilation. STOOR Comp 1 holds selected highlights from the 12'' versions and the studio archive and comes in a 400 copies edition.

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$34*$42

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