A-Sides Vol. 8 Part 5 / Various: A-sides Vol. 8 Part 5 (Various Artists)

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A-Sides Vol. 8 Part 5 / Various: A-sides Vol. 8 Part 5 (Various Artists)

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

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Title: A-sides Vol. 8 Part 5 (Various Artists)
Artist: A-Sides Vol. 8 Part 5 / Various
Label: Drumcode
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 5057272273972
Genre: Dance

A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer's scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand's biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation, split across 7 EPs, features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode's regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that's submitted. Part 5 includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian's buzzy Drumcode debut 'The Grid' alongside another killer debut from Avision with the impassioned 'Break'. On the B side Mark Reeve offers up a pounding industrial workout in the form of 'Get It', as Anthony Castaldo closes it out with the interplanetary 'Express Yourself'.


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