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Club Level

Club Level
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1x Vinyl 7" 45 RPM



Release date

Dec 9, 2022



79.5 Club Level Razor-N-Tape

RNT welcomes Brooklyn-based band 79.5 to the family with the first single from their forthcoming eponymous LP. Soulful and psychedelic, the haunting melodies of Club Level float above a steady strutting rhythm section, punctuated by moaning baritone saxophone and drenched in washy reverb.

NYC mainstay Eli Escobar crafts a masterful remix that leans into 80s nostalgia, with a soundscape and arrangement nothing short of perfection.

Club Level

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Club Level


Club Level (Eli Escobar Remix)

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