Sonar x Bleep MP3 give-away: Diskjokke`s Panutup




Get Diskjokke`s Panutup as part of Bleep`s Sonar give-away. Download is available from 1300 (GMT) 9th June for 24 hours. Get it

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After being discovered by Prins Thomas, Diskjokke captured the attention of both house and disco enthusiasts alike; leading to a string of remixes for the likes of fellow Scando-disco peer, Lindstrom. Panutup employs that familiar blend of sun-kissed, cosmic-disco and nebulous, electronic psychedelia. A dreamy, hymnal and exclusive upfront teaser taken from his eagerly-awaited, forthcoming long-player for Smalltown Supersound.

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