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Adrian Younge's Dark Soul



Adrian Younge Dark Soul

Adrian Younge is a man of his word. Last November we did an exclusive interview with Adrian when he released his stunning new album Something About April performed by Venice Dawn (Wax Poetics), in which he promised to build us an exclusive mix. So here is the thing, a short yet solid all-vinyl, mash-up style, romantic soul and cinematic mix.

Adrian Younge Dark Soul
Adrian Younge's Dark Soul
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2012-01-31

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Adrian Younge
Audio Mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com) Art cover layout by Djouls & Nicolas Ragonneau (parisdjs.com)
© Photograph by Adam Tillman-Young For NewCultureSociety.com

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Rioo Rioo ·  01 February 2012, 10:41

Great Songs, but bad mixing. This mix has no flow!

Squeaky Squeaky ·  06 February 2012, 12:38

This could have been good but the mixing is non-existent...

Jah Wise Jah Wise ·  02 March 2014, 01:23

PLEASE REUP THIS, I need this


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