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Pinacolada Records Release New 12" Single


Pinacolada Records Release New 12" Single

Local d'n'b producers Headspace and Fanatica have a split 12" single out now on Christchurch based label Pinacolada Records. Headspace's 'Fly Away' is backed by Fanatica feat M.C. Lia 'Scent Of Love'

Both tracks are very much on the tip of DJ Marky/Marcus Intalex and are currently on the shelves of your local vinyl stockist as you read this.

Local Stockists are: Christchurch: Galaxy Records,Echo Records Wellington: Chelsea Records,Slowboat Records

Auckland: Real Groovy, Conch,Play, Beat Merchants

and on the web check: http://www.smokecds.com/cd/33675

Pinacolada Records have previously worked with Mark de Clive Lowe, Thisinformation and Rockwood and this is their fourth release.

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