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Boomkat Product Review:
Cherry-picking selection of rare new wave demo tapes recorded c. 1981 and submitted to pivotal Amsterdam venue De Koer, now rounded up by Dutch house and techno legend Eddy De Clerq.
Fair to say that we know less about the Dutch post-punk and new wave scene than many other countries so this set holds some canny historical value at the very least but the tracks inside are thankfully worth your time, too.
Plucking favourites, Lee Randaldo and co’s hot-stepping Big Man as Plus Instruments is up there, as is Mekanik Kommando’s skronky twyster Money For Pleasure and the dark, hard but slightly daft charge of Minny Pops’ State Of Mind (Demo), and likewise the flashes of funked-up synth brilliance from Motel Bakossa and The Mutant Jasz’s very Ludus-like Gold Square Garden.