Chapter 3 in the Wasteland series. Delta Funktionen continues his powerful strike.
Frak on Lux Rec… Nordic woods are a dangerously primitive place. Fueled with madness and induced delirium Frak land on planet Lux. Three slow, acid numbers with a barbaric, crude attitude. Relentless drums. Fierce, hypnotic synthesizers that get you lost in your own mind. Suddenly sinister, disastrous images populate your consciousness. And then one last strange, twisted wave track. New places, new adventures.
The infamous Sneaker delivers 5 tracks of acid and ghetto house for ULM Records. Rough and dirty and material … straight down to the bone. ULM Records is run by an old guy. He loves to collect records from genres like boogie, modern soul and disco, but he also loves house, techno and acid. From time to time he’s hanging around in his home studio.
Since establishing the illicit My Rules imprint earlier this year, New Yorker Justin Vangdervolgen has used it to deliver a mixture of sneaky edits, hush-hush remixes and sly, sample heavy original productions. “Sketch 2” is towards the rougher end of Vandervolgen’s output, and sees the former man laying down some seriously tough, twisted beats, jagged analogue motifs, bleeping melodies and mind-altering acid lines. It sounds like the sort of sweaty machine jam that will get dancefloors in a frenzy of flailing arms and legs.