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Ramez - Karnak Calling

Ramez - Karnak Calling
Ramez - Karnak CallingRamez - Karnak Calling






1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jul 15, 2022

We are thrilled to announce the first KOA release. Karnak On Acid record label was born after a mystical trip to Luxor.

!Karnak Calling! !الكرنك يتحدث!

We are thrilled to announce the first KOA release. Karnak On Acid record label was born after a mystical trip to Luxor. In this first EP, Ramez, an up and coming Egyptian talent has produced 4 groovy and trippy tracks. With its unique oriental electronic touch, this record will transport you on a journey to the magical Karnak Temple.

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