D-Operation Drop releases Kuna on Green King Cuts

Aug 29, 2019
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D-Operation Drop makes its second appearance on Green King Cuts for the label's 21st release. Released in a limited number of 100 copies, on a 7 inch, Kuna + Dub version was released today but will start to ship in 2/3 weeks. 

Same as with the rest of the series, there is no digital available and there will be no represses. 

D-OPERATION DROP - KUNA + VERSION

D-OPERATION ARE BACK AGAIN 🇮🇹KUNA + VERSIONGKDUBS021 7" LIMITED CUTSOUTRAGOUS STEPPERSHAND CUT/STAMPED IN BRISTOL 🇬🇧

Publicată de Green King Cuts pe Miercuri, 14 august 2019

D-Operation Drop is a project born in 2010 thanks to the encounter of 5 university students which found themselves sharing the same house and more importantly, love for music. After a couple of early collaborations, almost casual, Uniradio Cesena gives to D-Operation Drop the chance to lay the foundations of an underground music program on air twice a week. Thanks to this experience the group officially finds its frame and looks forward to its new goals such as producing, dj'ing and vj'ing. 

Up to this date, D-Operation Drop has received support from artists like J:Kenzo, Distance, N-Type, Icicle & many others.

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