Mike Schommer ‎– City Sleeps

Primary [colours] ‎– PCSS01
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Limited Edition, Purple

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A1 City Sleeps (Dub) 7:13
A2 Very Being 6:02
B1 Lost In You (Dub) 6:13
B2 Three Tears
Featuring [Feat.] – Andrew Fagan



Limited to 300 copies on 180 gram purple vinyl.

Durations do not appear on release.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): PCSS 01 City Sleeps I Play Vinyl
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): PCSS 01 Salz Mastering I Play Vinyl

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCSS01 Mike Schommer City Sleeps(4xFile, FLAC, EP) Primary [colours] PCSS01 Australia 2019


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May 2, 2019
Another gem from Mike. I was fortunate to feature his work, including this new E.P., on my Deep Space Radio show. https://soundcloud.com/groovenick/in-conversation-with-mike-schommer

Commentary and music spanning his career pioneering dub techno. Enjoy!


April 9, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

That's true. A very special Dub-Techno or Dub-House sound with a wonderful atmosphere. Like a warm summer breeze blowing around your ears. I love the touch of singing and the flute to the classic dub sounds. All tracks on the record are great. Excellent and refreshing. I love it.


February 6, 2019
edited 6 months ago
damn. don't listen to dubtech much these days as I felt the genre's been stagnating in its own self-imposed paradigma far longer than it should have – but Mike's sound is so interesting. feels so warm. the bass is so chunky. love the good 'ole technique of re-using sound bites, especially vocal. also, as far as I can remember, this is the first true dubtech track w/ vocals (not toasting and not male) that I've heard for a looong while – not even mentioning other things such as live instrumentation – perhaps since the remix of Aaron Carl's "Crucified" by Quantec.

p.s. I said it once and I'll say it again. I see absolutely no point nowadays in holding back when it comes to releasing digital. Artistic choice blabla yes, but in practice it's a shame non-vinyl music heads never gonna hear good stuff.