Intergalactic transmission from Finland. Stiletti-Ana debut on Public Possession.
For this episode DJ City leaves his natural habitat and ends up in the jungle. Only what difference does it make? Temptations change, yet stay the same. Making his way through a sea of infinite attractions, senses sharpened seeking sensuality. The constant chirping louder than the occasional roar.
Nice Girl returns to Public Possession with her second EP “Whistling Thorn”.
Organic, psychedelic, percussive music with hints to early forms of communication that involved chants and rhythmic movements. Naturally these activities were strongly connected to earth, taking place under the open sky often involving plants to enhance spiritual transmission. Repetitive rituals creating a sense of community & togetherness.
Public Possession start 2018 with Wolfram. Maxi Single PP026 features “Automatic Dub”. Powerful Italo Disco that will heat up any given Dancefloor in no time. The original is accompanied by two remixes, courtesy of Samo DJ and Alexi3d. More subtle yet equally effective acid versions including dreamy vocal and stop/pause scat madness.
Munich purveyors of fine new wave Balearic are it again with a release this time with TMO (aka Moscow’s Lepelis who has previously appeared on L.I.E.S. and 303 State) with the Insomniac EP. First track “Melodic Jam” sounds like a disturbed cover of Frankie Knuckles “The Whistle Song” albeit with some epic mono-synth spitting out the melody instead, soon turning into gnarly acid. On the flip we have “Jam IV” which goes for a more lo-fi, dusty deep house vibe. A dark and paranoid after-hours jam whose slow burning glory turns into snarling acid euphoria just like the track before it.
Public Possession “Under The Influence” catalogue number 006 is another delivery from Down Under. Four customised Disco heaters roughly built around an Arabic theme – with Italian background. Courtesy of Tamas Jones & Paul Harmon (building the duo „Carpentaria“) and George Hysteric on the flipside.
Tambien presents the first release by Public Possession, an independent record label and shop in Munich.