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Release Date: 2012-07-06
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A Made Up Sound - Malfunctions

  • 12"

12" not in stock

Prelisten

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A Made Up Sound - Malfunction - Adjust
6:09
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A Made Up Sound - Malfunction - Despair
6:55

12" Infos

A1: Malfunction (Adjust)

B1: Malfunction (Despair)

General Infos

Dutch nonconformist Dave Huismans may be best known for his heartfelt and genre-defying bass music experiments as 2562, but his longest-going project A Made Up Sound has been gaining just as much momentum lately.

”You might as well try and stop a train with wire coathangers”is how one of techno’s most widely recognized journalists quite aptly described the sheer force of A Made Up Sound’s oddball yet funk-fueled take on house/techno.

Malfunctions is yet another example for an incredible unique and equally functional demonstration of how developed techno should sound in 2012!