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Fantastic Man
Alltogethernow EP

Alltogethernow EP

Catno

OYSTER42

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM EP

Country

Netherlands

Release date

Aug 1, 2022

Esteemed proponent of outré dancefloor manoeuvres, Superconscious Records co-founder Fantastic Man makes his Kalahari debut proper.

Having shown up for rework duties on a couple of occasions, we find the mutable oddball at his most trippy and esoteric. In fact, OYSTER42 is the handiwork of a producer who has his formula of balmy, lysergic dance music down to an exact science.

Available Tomorrow

Nov 24, 2022

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

$22*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

OYSTER42 - NE - 2022

A1

Alltogerthernow

A2

Bioxy

B1

Alpha

B2

Trojan Force

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