Khan ‎– Traditions 08

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Libertine Records (5) ‎– LTS08
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2 × Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition
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Limited to 200 copies

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Gott

Gott

May 12, 2019

Oldschool acid orgasm! Very cool! ...Khan, do you have some old DATs?! :-)
loafman

loafman

August 7, 2018
shoutout Khan shoutout Libertine. Much respect to all involved
browna

browna

July 30, 2018
edited 10 months ago

I didn’t even know this was being released until I found it today. Instant purchase for me as I have followed the artist most of my life and when I found out this was unreleased tracks from an old tape he found....SOLD =)
Fantastic stuff!!! Made my day 👍
Bit of info, track C1 20.02.94 is actually a track from this 12”. Gizz TV - Saure Gurken

From Juno.

Berlin retroverts Libertine are back with more jolly jams as part of their Traditions series, now with some unearthed tapes from Khan aka German producer Can Oral - founder of I'm Single /Super 8 and brother of Cem Oral from Air Liquide. He's released on a heap of seminal imprints since the early '90s, such as Mille Plateaux, Direct Drive, Playhouse and Cheap - so if you don't know about this guy: it's time you got familiar! Featured here are a bunch of zany acid flashbacks that perfectly freeze frame a very particular aesthetic in the Berlin based producer's storied past. Tracks like "Slow Stepper" or "20.02.94" are the zeitgeist of the capital's techno scene in the early '90s (and just as good as anything on Cabinet Records at the time), while "Mutama" goes for a more experimental edge with its snarling FM breaks. Finally "Acid Lemon Bits" gets all moody and tunnelling for those heads down moments on the dancefloor.