- Words: Soultek
- Label: Pacific Technics
This is the second EP culled from Noah Pred's Pacific Technics comp, which benefits Amnesty International. Mateo Murphy of Turbo opens things up with a track that resounds in deep chord in a minimal spirit, after which Marky Star takes you to the dancefloor with grinding basslines and sharp synth stabs. Pred himself brings a dancefloor monster, which I've personally bumped from coast to coast. All and all, pure dancefloor brilliance on both sides for a great cause. Support!!
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