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Various : Nocturnal Frequencies Vol 3

Necessary or evil? Well neither really, it's just a bit dull.

Epic voyage through deep house and spacious techno, with only the occasional disco flourish (Funk D'Void) to keep sad cheesebags happy.

Necessary or evil? Well neither really, it's just a bit dull. Even Silicone Soul can't glam up Universal Principal, and just as it gets interesting with Slam's 'Life Times', it's over. That's after two-and-a-half hours of numbing 4/4 phantasmagorias, mind.





Christian Ward
5 / 10

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