Zyntax Motorcity presents a remix compilation featuring 8 Morphology tracks remixed by some of the best electro producers out there : Versalife, The Exaltics, DJ Overdose, Hardfloor, Kan3da & Luke Eargoggle, Sync 24, DeFekt and Biodread.
Unstoppable youngster Innershades comes with a new limited four tracker on the Pinkman imprint. The Belgium based talent shows hes definitely not a one trick pony and continues to explore his sound even further. This time by releasing two phat old school electro inspired bangers, and two synthesizer (nu)disco tracks which already proved to be fully effective on the floor.
Sometimes people from different environmental backgrounds cross paths with one another through similar interests, and they notice that they have more in common then a certain taste in music alone. Boris Bunnik (aka Conforce) is hailing from the small scenic Dutch island Terschelling, that can be seen as the complete opposite environmental background as the dirty streets of Rotterdams South Side that drew the first guidelines for Frustrated Funk’s watchword: Mad Drama From Everyday Life. Although the background is opposite, the drama and struggle of daily life seem to have more similarities then one would expect. Struggling creative minds searching for correct paths, fighting to keep focused with daily routines, burning ships, moving forward, trying to bend negativity into something positive, writing music as an outlet for their compulsive need to create. This is our game. No hits, no hype, no bullshit, just the real deal, bringing timeless techno from the heart that will always stay untouched. So here’s FR029, experimental techno from the young master mind thats Versalife.
Transcendent starts a white label (hand stamped) series besides the regular label output. The first release is by Leeuwardens finest electronic music veteran Marcel Caron, hailing from the North of the Netherlands. He presents two carefully crafted dark haunting uncompromising ambient techno tracks. Prepare for an ultimate dystopia of dark hardware electronics. Including two Hexagon (aka Conforce) remixes for the different hours.