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Mr. Roque - Dub Cradle/Slumber Dub - 12" Vinyl


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PSI001

Challenger Deep

Release Date - 16th November 2018

Introducing Challenger Deep: showcasing dub from the abyss.

 

Mr. Roque resurfaces from his solo mission to the deepest chasms of the Mariana Trench, bringing with him two high pressure cuts.

 

Hand stamped.

 

Limited run.

 

No digital.

 

Support from: Jane Fitz, J:Kenzo, Rarefied, Onlyz, Presha, Soundbwoy Killah

 

 

 

https://www.unearthedsounds.co.uk/products/mr-roque-dub-cradle-slumber-dub

 

https://www.redeyerecords.co.uk/vinyl/103053-psi001-mr--roque

 

 

 

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More to come.

 

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