Deetron, Octave one & Jori Hulkkonen put their hands on some Brikha classics!
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In 1998 Aril Brikha reacquainted the world with deep techno soul, as his record Groove La Chord crossed generic boundaries. Is it techno? Is it house? Is it deep house? It’s everything and nothing. Groove La Chord is simply timeless. No one was more surprised about the success of Groove La Chord than Brikha himself – after all, he’d originally presented it on his demo as a potential B-side. Two years after he recorded Groove La Chord, Brikha heard it in a club for the first time – Derrick May pulled it out in Chicago. Aril then realised it was a good track. The renegade always walks alone. We are more than proud to present Aril’s own label, Art of Vengeance with it’s first Release (and now listen up!!) GROOVE LA CHORD REMIXES. Deetron is the one to put his hands on this piece of classic.
Vinyl: Near Mint (NM or M-) | Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-)