Another pocketsize edition in the Brew white label series. Sounds big enough for your weird uncle’s wedding, but also perfect to play at other mutant gatherings. 2 tracks, very loud.
This is the first selection of recordings from Intergalactic FM Streaming Festival 2021, which took part at the end of May. This was is just a part of of the recordings that were run continuously for more than a week.Continue reading “Intergalactic FM Streaming Festival 2021 Recordings (Part 1)”
Heavyweight 12” just in time to soundtrack the demise of humanity. No internet-ready ‘deep’ home listening tracks but a continuation of the previous 12”s. Big nods to the past, but then again it somehow seems fitting that our demise is founded on the relics of the past. For those who like to get wild or die trying.
The Brewmaster General (Brew Records, War Games) makes his long awaited debut on L.I.E.S. Currently, Amsterdam’s bearer of the underground torch, Robert Bergman follows suit in the tradition of his BREW label delivering his signature brand of chaotic jacking house madness over four tracks. Expanding on forefathers Sleezy D, the experiments of DJ Rush, or the Muzique clique, Bergman runs his tracks through the meat grinder serving up some of the most psychedelic house out there in this day and age.
Dekmantel Selectors is an intimate festival, limited to a capacity of 2000, to keep the vibe pure throughout the whole week and this can be seen once you get to the bay from The Garden, next to the small fishing village of Tisno.
More machinetrk’s from the cyborg camp. Well recommended for the more robotical amongst us.
Cranky, dubbed-out electro fizz from Robert Bergman and TBZ, freshly percolated for the R=A 7” series. Dangerous voltage in the hot tub.
Robert Bergman with 6 machine jack tracks on his label Brew.
Raw & mental jack tools by Robert Bergman on the second Brew release.
Amsterdam based Faster Action surfaces on L.I.E.S. with a fresh two track 12 inch. Stated as ”DJ Tools for the DJs” this is what we get here, with the a-side sounding like an late-80s industrial strength 909 driven EBM cut, while the b-side goes strong with a metallic beat track perfect for the adventurous working DJ.
The Rubber label may proudly hail from the iconic Lowlands area known as Den Haag, yet their sphere of influence clearly stretches much further. First up is secret Amsterdam weapon Robert Bergman, laying down some deviant acid box action in the shape of “Broadcast From Ceres” which dovetails nicely with the more psychedelic overtones of “Masquerading As Stars” from Brussels-based duo Tav Exotic. The master Das Ding opens the B-side with the subaqueous “Divebomb” whilst the unheralded Safe Swim plunges into the deep end of experimentation on “Pictures Of Skies”. It’s left to Diagonal pair Bronze Teeth to wrap up matters with the rip snorting squat party techno of “Easygroove” which was clearly produced with The Hague in mind.
Dekmantel launches Selectors, a new intimate festival and a compilation series. The concept of Selectors focuses heavily on Dekmantel’s support for the art of DJ’ing, celebrating the extra-ordinary DJs that turned collecting and playing music into an art form. The festival will take place at the Garden Resort in Tisno and will host just 1500 people with amongst others Aroy Dee, Carlos Souffront, Helena Hauff, I-F, Traxx, Intergalactic Gary, Juju & Jordash and Motor City Drum Ensemble on the bill. The latter is also responsible for the first Selectors compilation.
For the second installment of their four-part collaboration with Amsterdam streetwear brand Patta, Dekmantel unleash a tasty long sleeve t-shirt and another three previously unheard tracks from a trio of homegrown talents. Veteran producer and former Rednose Distrikt man Awanto3 kicks things off, joining the dots between the starry sounds of Detroit techno and Mood Hut style new age deep house on the dreamy “Cover Up”. Flip for the old skool Detroit techno-meets-deep house bounciness of Mark Du Mosch’s “2nd 5ystem”, and Robert Bergman’s “Wings”, an out-there, acid-flecked trip into deep space paranoia that defies easy categorization. All three tracks are undeniably strong, making this one of the more alluring volumes in an altogether excellent series.
Amsterdam’s fastest, getting down with the machines and laying down some proper dirty rhythm tracks.
Roughneck psycho-house from R.B. on his first outing for Dog in the Night. Three moody ultra saturated wild-ass tracks made for the adventurous club dj. Jack is in the eye of the beholder, can you dig it?