The Trickfinger project was recorded 10 years ago with no intention of being released at the time, made purely for discovery and learning experience. ‘In my opinion, making music with no intention of releasing it is the best thing a musician can do for his own development in this day and age. The Trickfinger LP was made in that mindset, and it was the beginning of a new musical life for me. When I hear it, it sounds like I am opening up doorways to new worlds, and I never have had that feeling listening to music I made for the purpose of releasing it and selling it.’
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A soothing summer airstream coasting off of the Adriatic, Lock Eyes turns in four kaleidoscopic house & techno jams for the Lobster main label, keeping the summer sun rolling on through.
Four trax for the heads and for the floor. Screaming acid with deep rhythms full of mesmerizing chords like these old Detroit warehouse vibes meeting ultra dope bouncin beats going into dreamy breaks. All captured in sonic waves from this Melbourne Salt Mine bloke on a heavy mythical mental mission.
Moda is kicking off the new EP on the Deeptrax label (DPTX-006). Big large suburban club tracks in flashing DIY style from this already acclaimed DJ/ Producer from Sweden. Banging the room with filthy lo-fi dance, groomy grimey basslines and stabbing 90’s rave sounds combined with clever aquatic accents for that perfect party mood. Dirty subliminal sounds riding the hard rolling rhythms….. This one goes hard and deep.
A poignant and thoughtful EP from Berlin duo Snuff Crew, dedicated to their friend, collaborator and labelmate Andreas Gehm who passed away in summer 2016, just after his own I Love Acid release. Four analogue acid hardware tracks. Remix duty falls to fellow hardware aficionado Perseus Traxx.