It’s been a minute, but I’ve got something from the Minimal Wave family to write about. Specifically, this comes fromÂ Cititrax, aÂ Minimal WaveÂ imprint that holdsÂ modern artists on it (and I use that term somewhat loosely). SomeÂ of the producers on here have cropped up as recently as last year as their current iteration, but what you’ll hear withinÂ Cititrax is the stuff of the cold wave era – Minimal Wave‘s trademark. The cover showcases superimposed Polaroid shots taken within New York clubs in the 80s, which capture the fey glamour of that much written about scene/era all too well. These tracks will make you feel like you’ve set up shot in one of those sweaty nightclubs. Each track has drug fueled elasticity, supplemented with a filthy bass line. “Modern, uncompromising and guttural” areÂ Cititrax has to say when describing this and I couldn’t agree more. Listen to a preview by clicking through the Buy Now button below and see what you think of it. Cheers!
Cititrax is excited to present the first in a series of 4 song samplers showcasing the talents of some of the most innovative producers of the moment. Cititrax: Tracks Volume One features Amato, an edgy new project brought to you by The Hacker, Tzusing, a young producer from China known for his hard-hitting L.I.E.S. releases, our beloved Berlin based former New Yorker An-i, and Oliver Hoâ€™s stunning Broken English Club. The overall sound can be described as modern, uncompromising and guttural. Each artist reinvents dance music by bringing their own unique vision to the floor.
Artwork designed by Veronica Vasicka and sourced from Polaroids shot in NYC clubs in the 1980s, Cititrax: Tracks Volume One is pressed on blood red clear vinyl â€“ limited to 999 copies and housed in a full color printed sleeve. Vinyl pressing release date: August 18th.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive