Rude 66 does not need an introduction… This Dutch acid and electro veteran has been around for a long time. Being part of the old school acid scene from The Hague with releases on legendary label Acid Planet and he is one of the originals (again) when it comes to the new wave of electro in the late 1990’s. Two vocals tracks on the A-side with Beta Evers and Sololust appearing as partners in crime, and on the B-side two instrumental almost trance like tracks. This is were electro, acid and a touch of old school gothic come together!
DJ Overdose brings us Higher and Higher with this new versatile 5 tracker on the rising Rotterdam label Pinkman. Cinematic soundscapes combined with sinister electronix. Comes with beautiful artwork on a disco sleeve.
DJ VLR presents a compelling mixtape of the first year of releases from label Central Processing Unit. This limited edition cassette evidences a focused curation which prioritises a return to the tropes of end-of-the-century accelerationist dance music, with the electro staples of machine vocals, hammering bass patterns and blunted drums dominating proceedings. Though the sound palette is tried and tested, there is a precision to the employment of detuned synths and weighty bass squelches here that recommends it beyond mere nostalgia.