Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Rekorder's order

Probably you know the story: a secret alias by a well known deejay for the "Rekorder" serie, which is going to have 10 12" records. In the end of the serie, the producer would be revealed (as it said at discogs.com). It seems (and sounds) that S.Bodzin and O.Huntemann are involved in this project. Well, nice concept, cool tracks.

No 4 and 5 were excellent records, and the new - number 6 - keeps the high standards. It's got that special Rekorder sound, but it's still surprising and deliviring new qualities. (I think it's time for looking where to buy it, sounds worth spending some $.)

Rekorder 6.1

p.s. Check Luciano's remix of the Amelie theme, it's published on Tape. So sweet.

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