Tektonic Grooves - BeetleSound mp3 album
- Performer: Tektonic Grooves
- Title: BeetleSound
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: MP4 WMA DXD AUD MP4 AA AAC
- Released: 2001
- Style: Tribal, Techno
- MP3 album: 1163 mb
- FLAC album: 1481 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 573
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TEKTONIC GROOVES TAPE 02 Face B - Tracks by Puissance K & Aya ! Track 12 - Let’s go (Puissance K) Released on Sub-Nambule 01 Track 13 - Turbodance (Aya) Released on Double TNL Track 14 - Voyager (Puissance K) Released on Indecis 03 Track 15 - Back from Czechtek (Aya) Released on Eklyps 04 Track 16 - Kiboost (Puissance K) Released on Sub Nambule 01.
Global Trance Grooves March 14. -Deep mix- Antrim ‘Labyrinth’ (Gai Barone Remix) Osiris ‘Believe’ (Planisphere remix) Tucandeo ‘CTU’ (Basil O’Glue remix) Kalden Bess ‘Unstopable'. New Mp3- Insert name ‘Tektonic'. Black or white’ (Sutter cane remix) The Digital Blonde ‘Wendigo' Tripy ‘Contact' Krunch ‘Sync big'. Track of the month- Splattered Implant ‘Twisted’.
Eight (8) superb hand-picked backing tracks taken from eight of our best-selling albums. Update RequiredTo play the media you will need to update your browser to a recent version. Download the Chord Charts for this Album. Essential Grooves 1 for Bass. Essential Grooves 1 for Drums. Essential Grooves 2. Essential Grooves 2 for Bass. Essential Grooves 2 for Drums.
Tektonic's first real adventure into music production was after the running of EjnetUK came to an end back in 2001 where works under the alter ego 'The Founder' brought big plaudits on the ejay network, Lee now produces under the artist name Tektonic and his first worldwide release 'Limiter' came via Kayowa Records, his second release Base Killer again showed the unique. style that was Tektonic
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