Thursday, October 03, 2013

Ten Years From Now: Still Doin' Our Thing #3 [Audiolith Promo]

It's hard to believe that Audiolith Records has already reached its two digit mark in terms of birthdays - a label that we've been following & supporting not from day dot but the very beginning, we've been working with and freelanced for throughout the years, we set up shows together - remember "Plutonium Pogo" -, met a shitload of their artists, toured with some and hung out with a bunch of nice people associated to their crew for a reason. We've seen the label grow and evolve from its ElectroPunk rootage into a multiple style business covering a quality sound range from Indie and proper Punk to Deep- & RomanticHouse, politically focussed HipHop, sweetest Italo-influenced HiNRG-Pop - see the beloved Ira Atari for this one -, even Drum'n'Bass and, still, ElectroPunk, all served and deeply felt from the heart by the labels crew and especially by its leading figure and mastermind Lars Lewerenz who is known for his straightforward, independent and uncompromised attitude. Celebrating its 10th birthday the label recently released its first gatefold 2LP compilation named "Ten Years From Now: Still Doin' Our Thing #3" which features not only 15 great songs by artists like Egotronic, Frittenbude, Supershirt, Captain Gips, Feine Sahne Fischfilet, Bondage Fairies, Joney or Bratze to name a few but also includes the fourth part of the allover appreciated "Stiff Little Spinners"-series, focusing on the clubbier side of the labels spectrum represented by huge tunes from the studios of Krink, Kalipo, Gimmix, Rampue und Torsun Teichgräber. Never before these two sides of the labels sound spectrum have been showcased that explicitly on one release which also goes for the 2CD version of "Ten Years From Now: Still Doin' Our Thing #3" including a full on "Stiff Little Spinners" bonus mix crafted by Jakob Häglsperger under his analogue camouflage moniker Kalipo. This one's massive for sure and jam packed with musical greatness. Happy birthday, folks! And keep doin' your thing...


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