It would be pure guessing who would take responsibility for “STAUB005” as it’s credited only to unknown artists. The fifth of STAUB mini compilations is again curated by Berlin’s event series of the same name, which tends to practice blind-date nights in the sense of not releasing any advance line-ups.
A set of familiar and novel flavours is now up for grabs from ‘schmergasbord’, provided by a sublabel of Serotonin Records. Leaving the electro repertoire to the parent, Schmer is on a techno mission in the six-tracker “Serious Bidness”. We are driving off with the label’s co-founder John Selway who
Monthly life cycle of Central Processing Unit (CPU) fans is well prioritised: first get a new record and pay your utility bills thereafter. It’s true that CPU’s incessant flow of new music keeps the label in the spotlight and despite of busy publishing schedule, no concessions are made to the
Random XS, one of Djax’s cult acts, was spreading acid techno bacteria up to the mid-1990s when they closed a short but prolific period with their only album “Braincloud”. Thereafter the group members pursued other projects until a comeback in 2015 with two long journeys on Shipwrec. This year a
[Update: vinyl versions to be released in March 2020] Heiki (pronounce ‘hey-key’) Sillaste, frontman of the Canadian 1980s/1990s industrial group Digital Poodle, can look back to about 50 releases under different monikers. After two previous albums “Dub Museum” and “The North Shore” – the latter with dreamSTATE -, which delved
The release is probably from 1993 or 1994, when hard trance was still in a dominant position in Germany, with Harthouse pictured in the middle and flanked by labels such as 23 Frankfurt, Delirium, Superstition, Plastic City and many others. The scene dished out an enormous amount of twelves that