Be yourself without reservation or fear. The night does not discriminate and at the club there are No Cameras Allowed. Navigating between jak-house, techno and acid, these tracks are designed to make you move while still keeping the Baz Reznik rawness!
After their collaboration in Panzerkreuz Records with Black Sites (F#x & Helena Hauff), the guys from Ghetto GEM did a series of small live performances in the The Hague squat scene. Places like Dystopia, Maakhaven and Syndicaat. Performances that took place during the Schilderswijk riots which delivered some slow and menacing tracks. Some of the recordings where found and six of these tracks can be found on this mini tape album.
The new DYFR containing one mighty electro / acid bomb by Xaf, member of the Ghetto Gem project. Baz Reznik takes it upon him to deliver a very dance floor effective acid remix. As usual DYFR is very limited experimental series.
After 2 years of silence around the DYFR label thought it would be a good time to release a new vinyl. 3 timeless tracks from minimal acid / techno to cheerful electronics and ending in a massive underground acid fest.
Finally we are at the last part of the 2012 review. In the first part of our review, the preferences of our followers are shown, according to the number of click and stars. Top 3 albums of the years, top 3 EPs, compilations and mixes loved by our followers can be seen here.
In the second part, I presented some of my favorite events and performances from last year. For more details go here.
The first album on DYFR records is a 15 track record by Baz Reznik with a pumping remix of his former release “Up” by Louis Guilliaume. A diverse album with jackin ghetto style acid, techno beach anthems, underground house, electro with disco influences and slow beat electronics. This is what you get when you live in a diverse coastal city.
Short version is FREE to download on DYFR bandcamp page.