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Many parents worry for their children. They fear for their future carrier, they wish to keep them clear of drugs and they want them to have a good life.

 
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We all know or at least tend to know that good things come over time and not when expected. Slighters's Pathways EP is the product of this delay driven phenomena.

 
 
Wednesday, October 01, 2014 21:36

The self-proclaimed music junkie journalist is just writing and writing rolling out tons of reviews and some other ramblings until he shouts silently in his head. "Too much texts and too little music!"

It's enough, let's talk music. Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, here are some of the very best progressive breaks that I've found during 2013 and 2014. The date is not referring to the actual release of the tracks it is just the time period when I've found these pearls. I don't say that it was hard-hard work, but it took days of browsing and some luck the click accidentally on some links to find these tracks.

Yet again, too much text. So I'll let my keyboard rest,
here are the tracks, sit back and
enjoy.












Last but not least, there is Douglas Horvath's track called "Would you make toasts with me". Good luck finding it.

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TAGS: tee-ex, Dave gluskin, slighter, line of sight, E.F.G.
 
Before you start feeling hip, this track is almost a year old and Noisey have already tired to ruin it.
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