Antfactor ‎– Meth

Label:
Analog Records USA ‎– Analog : 31A
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

This
A1 Statolith
A2 Red Queen
That
B1 Formic
B2 Rubberized

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This is the actual only Antfactor release on the Analog label the green record although it says that it is Antfactor is actually the Analog 29 Comatone (Freddy Fresh) vs. Staffan Soderman EP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A:‭ ‬Hand etched): ANALOG 29 [29 Scratched out] -A-31A 645-3342 [NSC, enclosed in a circle]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B:‭ ‬Hand etched): ANALOG 29 [29 Scratched out] 31-B ANT ROCKS NEW YORK CITY [NSC, enclosed in a circle]

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antfactor

antfactor

January 5, 2019

ps - METH, was NOT a drug reference. I'm a major sci-fi fan, and it was a reference to THEM, the film about giant ants. I thought people would "get that" - but like most "clever humor" it was utterly lost or mis-construed. Oh well... Also, originally I was going to release under the name "Antman" (my nickname) but someone else "claimed" they'd released under that name first... which I found out later wasn't true. Ahhhh - the "music" industry. Always full of fun surprises. :-P /ant
antfactor

antfactor

January 4, 2019
edited 3 months ago

This was my first actual club/dance-music release. Freddie (Fresh) and I met after a live performance I'd done at an underground NYC tech/house party called: Killer. The party was run by Can Oral and Gilman Alcock, whom I was good friends with. When the ORIGINAL GREEN VINYL arrived at the stores... I was very upset to find none of the music was mine. I notified Freddy who confirmed: the plant had pressed the wrong masters onto the GREEN vinyl - which was Analog 29 Comatone (Freddy Fresh) vs. Staffan Soderman EP. I re-made the artwork and changed it significantly to help differentiate.

So THIS release was my tracks - on standard vinyl. Freddy was fantastic, as he shelled out money for the repress due to the plant's error. Freddie - YOU are a true believer - and a man of your word. A lovely thing in any world! /ant