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Klahr – Lyon x Sapphire (EP) [Axtone] (Free)

Klahr – Lyon x Sapphire (EP) [Axtone] (Free)

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We couldn’t be happier to see that Axtone Records decided to make available as a free download Klahr‘s “Lyon x Sapphire” EP. The two beautiful tracks are premiered by We Rave You, which shared the news today.

After a glacial remix of Adrian Lux’s ‘Torn Apart’ featured as part of ‘Axtone Ten’, Swedish newcomer, unveils his EP which fans may have heard across the stages of Tomorrowland via Axwell /\ Ingrosso, to the box of Ministry of Sound via Kryder; all from a producer whom has only just turned eighteen.

Moreover, Klahr‘s “Sapphire” was premiered by Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman on their Buce radio show a few weeks earlier.

As you can see the year has only just begun and as fans and listeners learn of this new young Swedish talent they are bound to be impressed by the genre diverse music that awaits them in 2016.
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Panos Mavraganis

In my case the “bug” of journalism overcame "DJing". However, the search for new electronic dance music remains... an addiction. I work as an editor on a nationwide daily newspaper in Athens, where’s my permanent residence. I retain the following Blog, which is updated daily. My hobby is conducting interviews with Greek and foreign producers/DJs.
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