Dj Bert & Eagle
“DJ Bert & Eagle – Import” came out of the blue and disappeared right back into the depths of the universe. Originally composed to hit the Top50 charts, it completely failed to do so – luckily!
With this 12″ Maxi single release the vocal drum edit of spAceLex will finally see the light of day and be available for your personal DJ experience. Remixed by Alessandro Adriani, the additional dub remix has an Industrial, Wave-like touch to it and invites to a seven minutes mind-bending trip. Mastered by one of the best audioengineers from Berlin.
Pleasure your ears with this beautifully reworked single, made for DJs seeking unique flavors with a deep character.
Limited 250 Copies
EINE WELT VOL.1
Eine Welt concentrates on the contemporaneous submerged electronic scene in Europe. The first release features undisclosed talents, reunited in a short club-oriented compilation and introduced one by one on the inlay. One of the aim of this project is to build up a community of producers with a different view on dance music.
Der Gotling – G-ZX LP
Limited to 250 Copies
Unearthed by Obermannkind this LP contains six underground electronic, minimal synth, proto techno & new wave songs of an lost obscure German Tape from 1986. Produced in Münster West Germany, just 50 Tapes were distributed and just a handful are still alive.
Thanks a lot to Dunkeltier who restored all the tracks. It was really tough job. Even the mastertapes (directly from Mr. Gotling) were in really bad condition.
More detailed infos about the artist and the tape soon…
“Eiskalte Engel” emerged from Michael Bundt’s Mannheim-based artist circles in 1981. “Total Normal”, the band’s debut album, released by Hansa-Sub Rocktupus, hit the shelves about a year later. Combining early NDW Electro Underground grooves with NDW Pop groundworks, the record’s A and B sides offer both: minimalist dance tracks and pleasant pop tunes. Fast forward 23 years, the three pick of the bunch tracks “Mach mich nicht an, Mann”, “R.O.M.” and “Kinder aus Asbest” will now – for the first time ever – be released as DJ-friendly extended versions on vinyl. Also included: three remixes by Albion, Flemming Dalum & Steen Gjerulff and Nixxon. Albion Venables, mastermind behind the annual underground disco festival “Camp Cosmic”, contributed a remix of “Mach mich nicht an, Mann” that turned out as a marvelous Space Cosmic track. Italo Disco legend Flemming Dalum and Steen Gjerulff, who produced the underground hit “Body Electric – Magic Electronic” in ’84, picked it up as well and molded it into a spheric electro instrumental dub version. Next up is the “R.O.M.” remix, which DJ Nixxon from Copenhagen based on an ingenious dark groove. Last but not least “Die Kinder aus Asbest” rounds off the record. The minimal, darkish electro sound hosts lyrics that are in line with Weltschmerz’s “Sehnsucht aus Beton” and DAFs “Kebab-Träume”.
Papiertiger & the Cat Cammer Orchestra
In 1982 Axel Schulß did a concept LP “Papertiger and the Cat Cammerorchestra – TEE-Age” under the alias John Buttermann which includes the track “In the disko”.
The Track is about a cocaindeal in a Discothektoilette.
He lived and was very well known in the art scene in Münster(Germany). He studied philosophy, journalism and german language.
Axel also was a member of the art collective SCHANZE and founder of the Ü in Münster.
Writer, musician and artist Axel Schulß aka John Buttermann has died in 2009.
We wanted to rerelease this Track in thoughts to the artist.
Thank you Axel Schulß for this great and funny denglish electronic masterpiece!
You should once the people see(n)
Going shopping for cocaine
Dealers vor the disko stehn
Ask you with them rhinezugehn
In the disko
In the disko-disko
Drowssen is too much gefahr
“Yesterday” were bullen da
And they also have long haar
So you ask: “What make we da?”
In the disko
Aber wo ?
In the disko
On the (k)lo(o)
Though you know it stinks da so
You are creeping to the klo
You and dealer – each a door
When police comes: naked poe
Then the deal from cell to cell
He gives cocaine – you give geld
Then the paper-rustle-show
In the disko
On the klo
Ach so !!