If you ask me, DT Camp is by far the best electronic music festival in Europe. The remote location is very beautiful, on the banks of an emerald-green lake, surrounded by the wild forests of Lithuania. The crowd is equally mixed with local and people coming from all corners of Europe, all in search for the same thing. A serious rave! The vibe there is unbelievable. Everybody is on the same page, thee is a great sense of unity and freedom. And on top of this, if the weather is nice you can bathe into the warm waters of the lake.
Perseus Traxx makes his Schrödinger’s Box debut with a 4-track EP of experiments forged in the depths of Northern England. Pristine plateaus and eerie sweeps cover the entire first side, a Perseus Traxx from 2090, shimmering in and out of phase within a murky acidic landscape. Introspective and thoughtful throughout. Timothy J Fairplay finishes off the final quarter with a summer-garden Techno banger.
Jensen Interceptor, doing what he is very reknown for, delivers a fierce electro jam and Tim Fairplay conjurs up a tremendously intense remix to seal this release pressed on limited edition, hand stamped & numbered one-sided black vinyl housed in a white disco bag with a printed insert info sheet.
Emerging From the notorious H-town, PRZ & RAPHA open the gates of their own ‘Chateau Royal’ Imprint. First up is PRZ, with Blue Box EP. A strong 6-tracker laying out his powerful and deep electro-ish sounds Including a special collaboration with Gal Juju (Juju & Jordash) plus a remix by UK legend Timothy J. FairPlay.
New US label Bodyworks kicks things off with Timothy J Fairplay. 4 tracks of electro madness with influences ranging from new wave, italo, gigolo/ebm, chicago (acid house & early industrial) & 1890’s haunted brothel vibes.
Crimes Of The Future continues to demonstrate its expertise in the field of modern day electro and wave based music with this incredible one off missive from an unlikely super group. N.O.I.A, Rubicon and Rude 66 join forces for the bright and bold “Morning Bells,” which stirs up a generous dose of Italo, techno and electro in a cauldron and serves it through a massive wall of synth-powered sound. Who else to remix such a concoction but Timothy J. Fairplay then? The multi-faceted London producer stays true to the original’s dazzling colour and simply beefs up the beats for a cracking alternative mix to the original.