Boomkat Product Review:
As the story goes... In 2005 somewhere in the harbour of Rotterdam, between old warehouses and rusty ships, an unknown DJ had a dream: to release some of the best music he knew, made by his unknown friends. This resulted in the 'Electronic Generation' compilation, a classic double vinyl album, which has been one of the best kept secrets of the Dutch electronic underground in the past years. There's eight tracks of dark and melancholy electronics, moving from Melchert's understated electro tripper 'Planeterial', to glacial Detroit style dub techno from Jeng Do, to a proper techno soul stunner from Louis Guillaume on 'Missbelieve' (seriously check this track!). Digging deeper you'll find Euro-bot-harmonics from Mobach, killer machine rhythm experimentation from Pavel J. Ziolkiewicz and a right good dub house track from F-M04. We're quite sure many of you won't be familiar with these names but we urge you to check them out if you've been into any of the SD vibe, or have a soft spot like us for damn fine European electronics. Recommended.