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Guavid - Wathorn Wieib EP (Analogical Force)


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7 hours ago, custom knob said:

New guavid when? 
I would like some more please

We're releasing an EP from him. It's been delayed a bit because we didn't like the test pressings, but it will be a four-track EP and should be out in the next few months.

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