This is FLUCTUS’s music collection on Bandcamp.


Rome, Italy
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  1. Turn Your Love Around
    by Mood J
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    Turn Your Love Around Turn Your Love Around
    Lobster does never really fail. Another absolute jem; my money is the only problem. If the emotions that the A2 track give me could be translate to money, I could buy every Lobster's EP from now to ever. Mood J is in DA FLUCTUS HOUSE.
  2. Feel So
    by Andrew Reynolds
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  3. Don't Sleep, There Are Snakes
    by Ross From Friends
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    Crystal Catcher (Weed) Crystal Catcher (Weed)
    difficult to choice my favorite one. How can I (also) say? Ross From Friends really has no rival in my heart feelings. From romantic melodies to classic britain/uk grunge and (lo-fi-ed) sounds. Crystal Catcher is like that kind of Acid House Night in London I've never done in my life.
  4. Draped In Soft Twilight
    by Andrew Reynolds
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    this track has a very curious story, in the story of my life. I listen it for the first time from OOUKFunky channel on YT, but I just walk on by, for the hurry. After some weeks, I returned on it, and I found it just perfect. After having download it from Bandcamp, and listening to it all the time, in the same period (October) I tragically lost my cousin. Since the 31st October of the 2016 (probably till the end of my life) I relate this track to this fatal event, but It helps me somehow (art)
  5. Nebulous Amber Blue
    by Andrew Reynolds
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    I have no special words to describe this beauty. I've just fell in love the first time I've heard it. Acid House is not a simple genre as it seems to be. But this track, this track's not also Acid, it's really something else. Emotional content
  6. Come A Little Closer (Original Mix)
    by DOS
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    telling me why I love so much the lo-fi genre: stupid question. I don't really know why, and that's the key of art. Listen to me so: aesthetic doesn't need to be pleased. It needs to be enjoyed. Have a nice one with DOS, a nice discover
  7. Pool Party EP
    by Mall Grab
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    Pool Party Pool Party
    this time, Mall Grab made his best, really. Three fantastic tracks, collecting the old House music sounds, with a new particular touch. Have a closely listen to "Pool Party Music" track, insane and already a classic. One of the best vinyl bought by me, and thanks Hot Haus Rec. for those recent gold eps
  8. Mary Janes Theory
    by Demuja
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    A2. Get Up A2. Get Up
    Choosing the best track of this seriously gold album was not easy at all. After several plays, I found "Get Up" (A2 for the one who owns the vinyl) supreme. Also the classic "Loose Legs" in this awesome collection, with the good new entries "Do You Want My Love" (A1) & "Don't Cry" (B1). A Lo-fi/Underground House 5 stars EP from an Austrian genius! Well done Demuja, u're in the top three of my Bandcamp collection now!
  9. freepaper 01
    by Paperkraft
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    Only We Know What Is Talking About Only We Know What Is Talking About
    the entire EP is on fire. Paperkraft is an Oriental ' s homie w/ the great attitude of doing special lo-fi / nu disco ("lo-fied") music. His mixing talent is linked to a proper quality in music taste
  10. Loose Legs
    by Demuja
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    this Demuja is a really good guy. The great 90s House (renais)scen(c)e start with Loose Legs guiding the cultural (re)movement. [FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT IDEA OF WHAT "LOOSE LEGS" IS, LOOK ON THIS CLEAR PART OF THE INTERNET:]
  11. Rearview
    by Baltra
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    Untitled (A) Untitled (A)
    it was so difficult to choose what track of the two I really prefer: both handsome. Fantastic cover work (but this is irrilevant). Great way to close the year w/ Baltra, my favorite DJ above the US ' scene, for sure