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Tranzvission - Antalya / Atlantis EP
Tranzvission - Antalya / Atlantis EP
Performer: Tranzvission
Title: Antalya / Atlantis EP
Label: AlYf Recordings
Country: Belgium
Released: 04 Feb 2016
Style: Trance
Cat: ALYF016
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2684 mb | MP3 size: 2624 mb | WMA size: 2684 mb
Genre: Electronic
Tracklist

1Antalya8:08
2Atlantis6:46

Notes

BPM, Key:
1: 138, G major
2: 138, F major

© AlYf Recordings
Published by Copyright Control

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5054282117739
  • ISRC (Track 1): QMFFM1600030
  • ISRC (Track 2): QMFFM1600032

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – AlYf Recordings
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Distributed By – Label Worx

Album

Listen free to Tranzvission Antalya, Atlantis Antalya, Atlantis. 2 tracks 14:55. Atlantis Remixes, 2019. Atlantis Alhena Remix, 06:06. Atlantis Coke Montilla Remix, 05:29. Atlantis Joorg Matt Remix, 06:12. Atlantis TUBOE Remix, 06:36. Listen free to Tranzvission Antalya, Atlantis - Single Antalya, Atlantis. 2 tracks 14:54. Release Date 2016-02-04. Label AlYf Recordings. Atlantis Cosmic Heaven Remix, 07:22. Album 2016 2 Songs. 2 Songs, 14 Minutes. Subscribe today and get this album using your free 50 sign up bonus Antalya, Atlantis. Antalya Original Mix. By Tranzvission. Atlantis Original Mix. Blue Elements EP. 2016, Recordings. Atlantis EP by FaltyDL, released 14 November 2011 1. Atlantis 2. Can't Stop The Prophet 3. My Light My Love 4. The Sale Ends Drew Lustman aka FaltyDL releases his debut EP with Ninja Tune and its an absolute cracker. Over its four tracks he shows the range and grasp of rhythm, atmosphere and melody which have made him one of the most exciting producers in electronic music right now. FaltyDL is one of the hottest names in electronic music right now and the Atlantis EP shows why. Immersed in the old New York and Chicago sound yet creating a more subtle and ultimately futuristic mash-up of influences, Lustman takes his influences and makes them fresh. Transvision is an extended play by German electronic artist Alva Noto. It was released in 2005 via Raster Noton label. This is the second part of the transall tryptich that, according to the artist, respectively deals with one of three interrelated themes: the increased speed of information flow, utopias, and the fragmentation of ideas. The record is accompanied by an essay written by theorist and filmmaker Kodwo Eshun who turns on ideas of freedom, intuition, and possibility in the service of. More By Tranzvission. New Horizon - Single. Blue Elements - Single. A Moment of Tranquility - Single