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alcrego: Rexenera Fest 2015 (Carballo, Galicia): 1 - Dulk 2 -... crss


Dulk - Rexenera Fest 2015


Pixel Pancho - Rexenera Fest 2015


Nomada - Rexenera Fest 2015


Aryz - Rexenera Fest 2015


Bordalo - Rexenera Fest 2015

alcrego:

Rexenera Fest 2015 (Carballo, Galicia):

1 - Dulk

2 - Pixel Pancho

3 - Nomada

4 - Aryz

5 - Bordalo II

Rexenera Fest 2016 is being carefully prepared. Take a look and discover the artists for this new edition……. brutal line-up! 

From 30 May to 5 June 2016.

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