Sunday, October 02, 2022

baze.djunkiii Charts 10/2k22

01. Istari Lasterfahrer - Inner City Fear: Special Request #1 Rewind Series [Sozialistischer Plattenbau / Stoopid Plastics]
It's been two decades now since Istari Lasterfahrer's major classic "Inner City Fear" was originally released via Stoopid Plastics and became an immediate staple for each and every avid DarkJungle DJ and collector worldwide. Now it's back, a little refurbished and cleaned up as well as accompanied by remixes provided by the likes of FFF, We Rob Rave and Terrorrhythmus which each add their individual flavour and therefore are a nice to have bonus yet the original cut remains unbeaten up to this day. Defo an essential reissue for all them proper junglists out there.

02. Various Artists - Jugotronic [Black Pearl Records 012]
What a trip this one is. With five tracks on a single 7" release the "Jugotronic" mini compilation caters tunes by the likes of Denis & Denis, Igor Savin, Davor Rocco and Vinil Desant, building a bridge between the classic, mostly unknown or unexplored proto-electronic sounds of former Jugoslavia throughout the late 70s and 80s and recent compositions by producers who already were around throughout those years, covering a musical spectrum from Funk-infused ElectroPop to thrilling ElectroDisco providing a cheeky homage to one of Michael Jackson's biggest hits ever, panoramic SynthWave and super dreamy ProtoElectro x (Neo)Cosmic vibes which makes this one a highly recommended, yet relatively pricey addition to every grand electronic music collection out there.

03. Phase O'Matic - Futuro Primitivo [Philoxenia 003]
Is it 1992 again? The relatively fresh Philoxenia label brings us a total of brand new cuts from the studio of Phase O'Matic , exploring a certain kind of hard-hitting, Rave-infused Techno sound one would most likely associate with the so-called Sound Of Belgium which used to be most prominent and popular in the first half of the 90s. Dark, untamed and cooked up for strobe-lit dancefloors.

04. Axel Boman - BAM! (Massproductions Dub) [Studio Barnhus]
Quite an intriguing collaborational 7" release cooked up by Studio Barnhus in conjunction with Swedish furniture company Massproductions even though we though we fully disapprove of the 'B'-shaped die cut in its sleeve because this thing is well likely to break, rip and tear apart and therefore ruin the single cover within seconds. Other than that we see Axel Boman on a trippy, complex and somewhat Jazz-infused Armchair Techno tip whereas the flip sees Massproductions co-founder Chris Martin elaborating on various aspects of furniture design and how he found his way into this field atop a classic, ever winding amalgamation of Ambient sequences and tender Acid modulations which make this one our favorite cut on this single.

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