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1x Vinyl LP Album



Release date

Jun 30, 2018

Well, it's been a while since we were graced with a new project from The Very Polish Cut-outs !

Well, it's been a while since we were graced with a new project from The Very Polish Cut-outs !

Pejzaz is the new project from Bartosz Kruszynski aka The Phantom, Earth Trax and half of Ptaki is a delightful exploration of mid-nineties chill, dusty samples, organic analogue sequences and beatless pieces, all referencing - as with the labels consistently brilliant output thus far - forgotten Polish rarities. The first press of this LP sold out in Poland before anyone else got a look in !

This small repress will be available in limited numbers, so please let us know what you need to avoid rozczarowanie !

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