Compuphonic – Lapis Lazuli

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Belgian producer Compuphonic returns to Anjunadeep with two downtempo instrumental tracks ‘Lapis Lazuli / Emerald’.

Following his debut on Anjunadeep in 2017 with his ‘Mango Figaro EP’, Compuphonic has gone on to release on label’s including Get Physical, Exploited and most recently released ‘Aquamarine / Fairfax’ on Anjunadeep’s partner label Reflections.

Blending organic instrumentation with downtempo electronic production, Compuphonic showcases his hybrid sound in ‘Lapis Lazuli / Emerald’, and demonstrates why he’s been supported on BBC Radio 1, 6 Music and KCRW.

Release Date: 7th October 2022

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