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- July 1st 2013
|A2||Tuned For The D||Mark Archer||6:04|
|B1||Multi-Vintages #1||Stanny Franssen||8:05|
|B2||Dry Red||Paul 'Damage' Bailey||5:51|
On Saturday the 13th of April De:tuned is hosting the Multi-Dimensional World event at Petrol Club in Antwerp, Belgium focussing on the best in old school techno, acid and rave. To beat the drum, De:tuned is releasing a very limited 12'' record featuring tracks by artists who will be performing at the event on April 13th. Each artist is bringing his unique sound to the table, but with an added De:tuned twist. The result is a double A side release which will be available on heavyweight yellow vinyl. The EP kicks off with Neil Landstrumm's 'Rise', a belting piece of neo-rave with Landstrumm's typical wonky style adding some extra gritty flavour. This is one for the warehouse! With Mark Archer's 'Tuned For The D' it's 1991 all over again. Mark brings in the breakbeats and the Detroit keys and what you get is a peak time floor burner which will put a smile on your face. Next up is Belgium's own Stanny Franssen with 'Multi-Vintages #1', a hypnotic and building pure techno track which reminds us of old Sterac and the more minimal output of Planetary Assault Systems. Yes it's that good! Paul 'Damage' Bailey of House of God fame finishes off the EP with 'Dry Red', a fierce piece of freaky dark room techno designed to cause absolute mayhem on the floor. De:tuned wishes to thank all the artists involved in this project for their outstanding contributions. Stay tuned for future releases and events!