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Filterwolf

Filterwolf

Filterwolf


Filterwolf, a.k.a. Adnan Duric, released his first EP South Disco on Dub Kult's London-based label Living Records in 2009, with remixes by Hrdvsion and Tigerskin, which received strong support from Coldcut, Zombie Nation, John Acquaviva and Dirt Crew. He then signed to Process Recordings, who released his four-track Futura EP in October 2009, which was supported by a wide range of people, including Huw Stephens' evening show on BBC Radio 1. Filterwolf's Read more on Last.fm
Filterwolf, a.k.a. Adnan Duric, released his first EP South Disco on Dub Kult's London-based label Living Records in 2009, with remixes by Hrdvsion and Tigerskin, which received strong support from Coldcut, Zombie Nation, John Acquaviva and Dirt Crew. He then signed to Process Recordings, who released his four-track Futura EP in October 2009, which was supported by a wide range of people, including Huw Stephens' evening show on BBC Radio 1. Filterwolf's stunning and visionary debut album "Music From Tomorrow" was released on Process Recordings in may 2010 with brilliant critic acclaim and support from Spektre, Groove Armada, Slam and more. Like a musical calling card, it combines all of the elements and features that can only be learned through a life dedicated to music, where the space between techno, house and electro music is blurred to the point of irrelevance.

Sublime music for both home listening as well as for club-goers. COMING UP SOON: "Night Patterns" - new album on Filigran/Straight Distribution Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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