Planet Rhythm teams up with Rotterdam techno operation TH Tar Hallow and releases a collection of tracks by artists that have frequently appeared on the cult label. Deep down westcoast electronics by respected artists such as Klankman, Charlton, labelboss Thanos Hana and Rhyw. Klankman opens up this 4-track VA with the ominous ”Can Not Use that Command On Overlapping Selections”. Berlin based Rotterdammer ”Charlon” follows up with the heavy arps and outgoing drums of ”Profiler”. Thanos Hana opens up the B side with the tough techno cut ”The Injury Pattern” and berlin based ”Rhyw” closes down the varied slice of vinyl with the moving ”MKFBTB”.
Pinball machine streets. Teen Age Future. Molotov Cocktails. Terminal electric voices. Unimaginable disaster.
Details Sound presents ‘Illumination Through Feedback Distortion’ EP a three-track release of irresistible rhythms, vibrant analogue workouts, displaying the intuitive DIY compositional approach of talented Dutch artist Maarten Epskamp, under his Klankman pseudonym.
The Greek / Dutch label Tar Hallow sets on after the label’s maiden voyage by Super Unknown. More poundy basement tracks as we dig them by Bunker alleviate Klankman.
The Bunker 4000 series with its 3rd release! The Hague’s new young talent debut for crazy acid house and retarded acidic techno, with the same sort of ‘gospel feeling’ as ’90’s’ Chicago’s early ‘Green Velvet.