“Forward To The Past”

PFRLP27 scanZoom inLabelPoker Flat
Cat. No.PFRLP27
Orders fromMon, 04 Apr 2011
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Poker Flat continues to roar ahead into 2011 with a seriously jampacked new compilation on CD, Vinyl and Digital, featuring only brand new and exclusive tracks! ‚Forward to the Past‘, according to label boss Steve Bug, ‚renders homage to the period between ‚85 and ‚92‘, traversing the heady sounds of Chicago House, Acid, New York House and Early Detroit Techno. The album amasses an all star cast from across the board including the talents of Steve Bug, Martin Landsky, Clé, Redshape, Ribn, The Revenge, Deetron, Sasse, KiNK & Neville Watson and more. ‚Forward To The Past‘ takes in many of todays rising talents alongside faithful veterans of the scene. It‘s really a joy to hear how these top class producers, both vintage and modern, each add their own spin and re-interpret the sounds of the past. Complete with audiophile- approved analog tape mastering, and the highest production values around, its a wonderful tribute to the past, present and future of electronic music! Opening the selection Steve Bug puts on his jackin‘ shoes in ‚Jack Is Back‘ - a classic Chicago jack-a-thon in the purest form. Martin Landsky continues the US-inspired journey with ‚V2U‘, the man is always on form! Bleep-infused moments come courtesy of the modern masters KiNK & Neville Watson, with ‚Nighttime Raw‘, while Sasse pumps out a seriously heavy windy city-styled attack in ‚Hot For You‘. Much-loved newcomer The Revenge contributes ‚Elements of Fife‘, a slow grooving New York / Chicago crossover styled beauty. Then, in all out lush-chorded goodness, Ribn gives us their powerful ‚Pancake‘! Newblood Polus hit dead centre with a modern yet hauntingly reminiscent nighttime jam; ‚Patterns In The Dark‘, followed by Deetron‘s deep-bomb ‚The Maze‘ - an amazing journey through the smoke-filled labyrinth. Berlin mainstay Clé takes us right back with his super funky ‚Feel It (Don‘t Cha Know)‘, warm and classy. Deepsters TJ Kong & Modular K give us their ‚Jack Shit‘ in a slow burning Chi-town acid groo

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