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Horatio Luna
Yes Doctor

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Catno

SAPE008

Formats

1x Vinyl LP

Country

Australia

Release date

Feb 14, 2020

Yes Doctor’ is the debut LP from Henry Hicks AKA Horatio Luna. The eclectic Melbourne shape-shifter solidifies his place within ‘house music’ on Yes Doctor as Dub, Jazz & Bruk bleed into one another - stretching further the thread that binds one to the other whilst mapping and exploring the space between.

From Horatio:
"I have always played music that is a fusion of styles and as ‘Horatio Luna’. I always want there to be a connection to House music. I was exploring the parallels between every style I could think of and mixing it with house. I was pushing aesthetic boundaries, things I felt I hadn’t heard before, searching for new music, 'Not box-able music'. Yes Doctor is a coming of age record. I was pushing myself to the limit musically and challenging myself in every aspect of life".

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

$50*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Some Like It Hot

2:21

A2

Yes Doctor

7:22

A3

Mango & Setwun

0:34

A4

Luna Landing

4:16

A5

Your Love

1:43

A6

Bubbly

5:38

B1

Golden

7:18

B2

Northern Beaches

3:20

B3

Brunswick Massive

2:47

B4

Brunswick Massive Pt. 2

2:02

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