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Peter Grummich - Ultramatic EP Full Album

Peter Grummich - Ultramatic EP Full Album Performer: Peter Grummich
Title: Ultramatic EP
Style: Dub Techno, Deep House, Minimal
Category: Electro
Country: Germany
Label: ProgCity Deep Trax
Catalog number: PCDT-004
Size MP3: 1694 mb
Size FLAC: 1916 mb
Rating: 4.7

Tracklist

1Mountain11:36
2Lost7:22

Credits

  • Written & ProducedPeter Grummich (tracks: 1,2)

Album

Listen free to Peter Grummich Ultramatic EP Mountain, lost. 2 tracks 19:01. Peter Grummich started djing at the age of 13, mixing with double tapes and cutting tracks together, started turntablism with Hip-Hop, Electro and early Chicago House and, when Techno came, crossing allover, mixing Sonic Youth with Acid House pure freestyle action and always in a creative process to break the boundaries to push the energy on the floor View wiki. Dancer, Dj and producer Peter Grummich lives and works in Berlin. similar to. petergrummich Albums. Ultramatic EP. Peter Grummich. 2008May. Related Albums. Elevation Funk EP. Therapy Remixes. The Ventilator. Release Date 2008-07-18. Label ProgCity Deep Trax. Catalog 4025563600043. More From This Label. Heimwehg EP. Hannes Smith. ProgCity Deep Trax. Move Me. Philogresz, Mathias Schaffhauser, Ron Deacon. 2008 сингл. Berlin 8 A. November Modulation. Musick 07 - Rave D'amour. 2006 сингл. The Roll. Switch Off The Soap Opera. A Roboter. Embarkacyon EP. Dinner Music for Clubbers: Peter Grummich Plays Staubgold. Various artists. Provided to YouTube by Morr Music Kugelfisch Lee Anderson Rumpsteak - EP Shitkatapult Released on: 2002-03-11 Composer: Peter Grummich Auto-generated by. Peter grummich. 21 August 2019 . PETER GRUMMICH. Label: ProgCity Deep Trax Release Date: 18th July 2008. Ultramatic EP Tracklisting. Mountain Original Mix. Lost Original Mix. Follow Peter Grummich. ULTRAMATIC EP. 12 Vinyl D. Progcity Deep Trax, PCDT004. Peter Grummich KompaktShitkatapultMule ElectronicsKarloff. comes up with his debut on ProgCity Deep Trax with two beautiful cuts. Mountain paces into your ears with a deep wobbling groove, hypnotised by some nice floating synths, flying over the peaks of the hills. On the flipside Peter shows his other side in form of Lost, a slice of deep techy, but still warm and typically grummerized sound