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Moment Psychedelik

Moment Psychedelik
Moment PsychedelikMoment Psychedelik




1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM Promo White Label



Release date

Jan 1, 2009

Moment Psychedelik - it's all said in the title, actually. It is easy to get lost in all those layers of mesmerizing sounds, swirling around you like bubbles sparkling out of a well shaken bottle. Just before you lose it all, the kickdrum comes in to lead you to a winding path.... upon glistering plains, through some dry land into a multicoloured jungle, populated with all kinds of textures and sounds. Enter the next level - like the title suggests. The flipside utilises a more pronounced guide: Mr Talking Drum himself will show you how to find the clearing of enlightenment where your heart gets filled with joy and your feet can't stop dancing.

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