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Leonardo Pavkovic, AKA Mr. Moonjune, listens to a lot of good music. Some of it he releases on his label, but some of it he doesn't. So he's compiled 25 great tunes from things he couldn't release, and is offering it up for peanuts.

by Jon Davis, Published 2013-01-08

Scoot on over to his Bandcamp page for details, and take advantage of this great offer. You're sure to hear something good you never heard before.

Filed under: New releases

Related artist(s): Elton Dean, Michel Sajrawy

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