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“Qs004 (limited To 500180g Vinyl+comicsty”

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Cat. No.QS004
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Strictly Limited to 500 x 180g Vinyl , Deluxe 4C Comic Style Artwork ! Eventual Represesed will be with 140g weight and black doublehole sleeve. Quartet Series, an independent record label founded by Maurits Verwoerd (Nachtbraker) in 2016. Track list: A1 – Nachtbraker – Doble A2 – Laurence Guy – Love & Be Loved B1 – Tommy Vicari Jnr – Aplomb B2 – LK – Honey Release Info: Finally, the battle is about to reach its thrilling finale after three exhausting rounds. Our pugilists are staggering on their feet and the bookies are running around frantically, taking the final bets. Will the Bad Guys suckerpunch the Good Guys into oblivion, or does team Good have an epic deathmove in store for its malevolent adversaries? Amsterdam native Nachtbraker steps back into the arena for the fourth chapter in the saga. The Quartet Series label boss and Heist and Dirt Crew mainstay has defected to the bright and sunny Good Guys. Piano chords, chopper effects and toms are the main ingredients of his funk-laden and groovy energy drink. Better than steroids they say. Laurence Guy (Church, Rose Records) joins forces – or heads in this particular case with a much-needed supplement that tugs on your heartstrings with its lush keys and deep pads. This London lad has been stirring up the scene with his flawless and addictive chords, not to mention the big support he’s getting from maestro Move D. Will this dapper duo be strong enough to floor the misfits featured on the flip? Great precaution is imperative with two heavyweights in the other corner. First mr. Tommy Vicari Jnr (Cabinet Records, YAY Recordings, AMMO84) comes barging in. This Sheffield veteran has been making killer cuts for years now and is about to step into the ring with his slamming snares, and wonkly wobbly bassline swinging around a phat kick. To keep both The Bad Guys feet on the ground LK (Shall not Fade, Hokkaido Dance Club) adds some extra meat with a deep, heavy bassgroove, while a sexy vocal and steady c

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