Mood II Swing


Mood II Swing
Mood II Swing
Pays d’origine Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Genre musical Garage house
Deep house
House
Années d'activité 1992 - Présent
Labels Nervous Records
Eightball Records
Strictly Rhythm

Membres
John Ciafone
Lem Springsteen
Entourage Masters At Work
Kings Of Tomorrow

Mood II Swing est un duo de producteurs américains, John Ciafone et Lem Springsteen, basés à New York et produisant de la house, de la deep house et du garage.

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