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Danger At The Tendo Dojo EP

Danger At The Tendo Dojo EP




19 EYA 019


1x Vinyl 12" EP



Release date

Jan 1, 2022

EYA Records continue to bring up some of the most inventive and forward-thinking Techno and Electro jams, this time welcoming back Berlin-based live performer and producer Otis.

Danger At The Tendo Dojo EP is flawless, trippy and explorative. A unique journey into the artist's mind through the rhythms and sounds of analogue machines and synthesizers.

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