Steve Bug ‎– The Other Day

Poker Flat Recordings ‎– PFR CD01
CD, Album


1 Loverboy 7:15
2 The Truth 2:34
3 White Times 5:32
4 At The Front 6:15
5 Rhythm Divine 5:55
6 Switch 4:31
7 Electric Blue 5:25
8 The Spray 5:30
9 Cocaine 3:37
10 So I 5:38
11 Soulin' Deep 6:09
12 Cheesy Krust 5:09


  • Artwork By – Weissraum
  • Mastered ByJoachim Hinsch
  • Photography – Daniel Zander
  • Written-By, ProducerSteve Bug


Recorded at Poker Flat, Berlin.
Mastered @ Audio Mastering.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 18756 26812 3
  • Label Code: LC 00747

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PFR LP 01 Steve Bug The Other Day(2x12", Album) Poker Flat Recordings PFR LP 01 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
PFR CD01 Steve Bug The Other Day(CD, Album, Promo) Poker Flat Recordings PFR CD01 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
PFR LP 01 Steve Bug The Other Day(2x12", Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Poker Flat Recordings PFR LP 01 Germany 2000 Sell This Version


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August 5, 2015
15 years on..Electric Blue is a drug if the music could F*** then this track does it! So I, rhythm divine outstanding too..


April 15, 2009

_The Other Day_ shows Steve Bug moving away from the deep house of his earlier productions and more towards the minimal techno that mark his DJ sets. “Loverboy” skates by on the beat and a slow build that leads into the vocal sample, while “White Times” and “The Spray” have electro feels to get your body popping. “At the Front” keeps things spare, but groovy, and “Electric Blue” turns up the feedback. Both “Rhythm Divine” and “Switch” maintain chunky beats, but it’s the crisp production of “So I” that grabs at your ears. Same goes for the long, luscious tones that enter “Soulin’ Deep” halfway through. “Cheesy Krust” takes the album out with a nice slice of downtempo. Nice, for sure.


August 9, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Here we have Steve Bug's debut full length release on his new label, Poker Flat Recordings. "The Other Day" offers up a good mix of demented house sounds and some sexed up minimal techno cuts. The classic to some, "Loverboy" starts out the album with a pre-cursor to the poker flat recipe of sound that would be copied by many of the artists that followed on the label in the coming years. "Loverboy" which is no breakthrough of any sorts offers the charm in emotion that would make the label stand out against the crowd for the glory days of Poker Flat (1999-2003) when house was the vision and not the catch wave of minimal. Skip the average and go straight for "White Times" a brilliant tech house dancefloor cut and you begin to see Steve Bug's vision for new millenium house sounds on his label. The single "At The Front" follows with more deeper grooves (check the remixes). The demented melodies, bassline grooves, catchy percussion would make any late night dancefloor happy. My most favorite dance cut on here is "Rhythm Divine", it's a mover for sure. Steve also tries his hand at downtempo house jams too with "Switch" and a little of new-electro sounds of "The Spray" all with decent success. Still, Steve's sounds feel most at home in his house vein when the cd gets back track with the dancefloor sound of "So I". A solid debut for the new label.