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out now: Kavaro – Thiera EP [Sector Music]

July 4, 2017
 

Artist:
Kavaro

 

Title:
Thiera EP

 

Label:
Sector Music

 

Cat#:
SCTR001

 

Release Date:
07th August 2017

 

Format:
vinyl

 

Tracklist:
A1)
Odous

A2)
Odous
(NX1 Remix)

B1)
Thiera

B2)
Thiera
(Milton Bradley Interpretation)

 

Press Info:
The Cologne based Techno label ‘Sector Music’ starts with it’s first release from ‘Sector Cologne’ founder Kavaro and two stunning versions of his tracks from NX1 and Milton Bradley. Kavaro started the well known event series ‘Sector’ more than 4 years ago and plays as well as a resident dj there. After many years organizing his events and staying behind the turntables it was time for him to make music itself. At Sector he played along James Ruskin, Rrose, Paula Temple, Dasha Rush, Ancient Methods, Inigo Kennedy, Vatican Shadow and many more great artists. Milton Bradley from Berlin played already 3 times at Sector and the spanish duo NX1 played live in the first year of the event series. The new record label Sector Music will always have a connection to the Sector Events. This release will be first vinyl exclusive because Kavaro is known for his excellent all vinyl dj sets and he highly supports other vinyl djs.

 

Listen:

 

Exclusive Full Track Streaming:
“Odous”

 

Video:
Kavaro – Odous (NX1 Remix)

Video made by the29nov

 

Specials:
“Distorted Perception Podcast 014”

 

Buy Clear:
Sector Music @ Bandcamp
Deejay
Decks
more soon

 

Buy Black:
Sector Music @ Bandcamp
Deejay
Hardwax
Decks
Red Eye Records
more soon

 

Websites:
Kavaro
Sector Music

 
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