Capa – Endor [Zerothree]

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Caweh Passereh, more commonly known as CaPa, is without doubt one of the most exciting, creative and inspirational progressive producers in the current dance music scene, along with Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz, Grum and

Residing in Stockholm, where there seems to be something in the water with melodic producers, CaPa brings a of experience in terms of production, as he continues to keep the progressive quality in high standards presenting his next track titled “Endor“.

With the first play of his new track in ’s show, it’s easy to understand why there is such a buzz around this super tune already.

CaPa’s new production will be released on record!

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