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DMX Krew
Second Moon EP

Second Moon EP

Artists

DMX Krew

Catno

SRTX034

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM EP Stereo

Country

UK

Release date

Aug 22, 2022

The unstoppable DMX Krew returns for his third full EP on the label. As classy as ever and packed with different flavours.

The A side opens with the Wigged out and intense Techno assault of 'Spasm', clearing the path for the tortured alien beauty of Electro track 'Second Moon'.

Over on the flip, DMX revisits 'The Wiggly Worm', giving it some DMX Acid with a sardonic stomp for the dancefloor and the EP closes with a nod to Detroit with 'It Isn't What It Was' .

Also included are 2 tools, useful bridges for the discerning DJ!

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

$22*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

SRTX034 - UK - 2022

A1

Spasm

A2

Second Moon

B1

The Wiggly Worm (Remix)

B2

It Isn't What It Was

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