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Kraftwerk Gets The 1788-L Treatment In Their Song “Radioactivity”

Kraftwerk Gets The 1788-L Treatment In Their Song “Radioactivity”
Alejandro Vega

The mysterious 1788-L is back at it with a new sick production. He released a new remix this time of the legendary band Kraftwerk and their song Radioactivity. The intro was inspired by a live version of the same tune. The same robotic vocals are used along with various sounds being used. The drop is bananas; it feels like 1788L is manipulating electricity and records it through Ableton. His basses are massive and crunchy and the sound design is fantastic. Go grab this download already!

Kraftwerk – Radioactivity (1788-L Remix) | Download |

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