808 Dot Pop, the new side-project from Metroland’s Passenger S, releases an exclusive fanbase bundle of 3 (!!) exclusive 7” vinyl releases, each limited to 150 copies and available right here via Alfa Matrix.
Across these 3 vinyl singles, 808 Dot Pop serves us the result of various collaborations (with Italian singer Noemi Aurora of Helalyn Flowers and with Belgian sound guru Franky Deblomme aka CUBIC) remaining very focused on the project’s own sonic trademark made of melodic synths, analogue drum machines, fresh dynamic bubbly sequences and floating electronics.
This vinyl collection is a nice extra to the very well received “The Colour Temperature” CD album. You can order the bundle straight from the Alfa Matrix label.
2 new downloads and an exclusive 7 inch vinyl for “Kelvin”
Next are new versions of of “Kelvin” spread over 2 separate download singles: “Kelvin (7300)” and “Kelvin (5600)”. The “5600” mix comes alongside the brand new and exclusive song entitled “Boltzmann’s K” while the “7300” 3-track single reveals both “7300” and “4500” versions of the title song next to the “Boltzmann mix” of the “Planck’s H” track.
808 DOT POP’s “Kelvin” is also released in the unique 7inch vinyl which you find in the above mentioned 7 inch vinyl bundle.
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