Various ‎– Hardware DJ Series 002

Hardware ‎– HARD006CD
2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021456 103447
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 4601
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 4605
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L283
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L281
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): * HARD006CDA * #01 MADE BY PMI.
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): *HARD006CDB* #01 MADE BY PMI



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August 28, 2001
edited over 17 years ago
Hardware DJ Series 2: a double CD compilation by Voodooamt aka Patrick Lindsay and local Melbourne boy Jeff Tyler.

On the eve his second tour to Australia, German producer Patrick Lindsay has promised to present his alter ego, Voodooamt. “Trust me with the dirty records”, he said, prior to his appearance at the Hardware Universe party at Kyral Castle, near Ballarat.

But Lindsay, who is known for his shit-hot, funky, underground sets, will play some ‘Lindsay records’ as well, he told Mixmaster Mikey, in Zebra Magazine - “just in case”. We will see.

Voodooamt has recently been featured on the Hardware DJ Series No 2. This double CD continues the ‘local versus international’ showcase and Patrick Lindsay shares it with Melbourne local resident, DJ Jeff Tyler.

Tyler, a veteran of the club circuit, and a regular at dance parties in Melbourne for many years, features his own track “Suburban”, on this CD of up-front tek-house. In contrast, Patrick Lindsay, from Bad Nauheim, near Frankfurt, presents a Voodooamt mix of pure techno.

The twenty-seven-year-old took his first musical steps on an Amiga PC, and is known for releases on German label Kanzleramt, and on Sven Vaeth’s Frankfurt label, Harthouse.

In recent years Lindsay has made himself a name all over the globe, with funky DJ sets combining a variety of genres. And although he loves the phunky sounds, he seems to come back to pure techno.

“Most people know me as a house producer”, Lindsay told Cyclone, but he is getting back into Voodooamt, which is a project that goes some years back. Consequently, his CD mix has also two outstanding tracks of Voodooamt and compatriot producer Monika Kruse, a close friend of Lindsay. An album of this powerful collaboration has just been finished and will be released soon. Definitely worthwhile checking out.

“The Hardware crew asked me if I wanted to do a more techno based thing…that was especially for Australia, because most people don’t know I make that kind of techno music," said Lindsay.

The Voodooamt mix is perhaps not quite that “dirty”, but it has a lot of driving force. Certainly nothing for couch potatoes. It starts suspenseful with Phon.o’s track “Modul” and quickly finds its path of minimalist techno. Featuring DJ Rush, G-Force and Thomas Krone amongst others, its highlight is Voodooamt and Kruse’s track “Needlehopper”. Nomen es omen - and lucky it’s a CD! Their second track “Waves”, makes you want to hear more…we’re looking forward to that.