Leap – VRNA and 11th Hour – Khorasan get released on Frozen Plates 003

Aug 04, 2019
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The third release of the Frozen Plates project features two talented producers. We’ve invited them to conjure up the tribal/shamanic side of dubstep. On the “A” side is Leap, with his dark and mind-twisting shamanic tune “VRNA”. On the “B” side comes 11th Hour with “Khorasan,” a tribal war dance that’s sure to wake up the head-hunter in you. 

For FZP03, only 30 cuts will be made available. These are never going to be cut again, nor will they ever get a digital release. This is a collector’s item, so don’t miss out!

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