Celebrating the fifth year in business, Pulver Records returns with its Label Compilation to bring the well sought after sound of Pulver to all the people not owning a record player. The Third Label Compilation marks some more milestones in the recent history of the label as set. After thirty-one releases in five hard-working years, many EP series like the “Panorama”-Series and the “Illustration”-Series have been delivered to a craving audience. Most recently the first parts of the six-piece, ultra-limited “Touch-and-Feel”-Series have caused quite a stir with four 12” each packed in a haptic, tangible packaging. Those EPs and the outer house artists compilation ‘Pulverising’, which returned in a Cocoa version as fourth edition of it’s series, now are combined on the new Label Compilation. Those latest releases showed one common ground: the dancefloor.
Erik Sumo, whose big album was released last year on Pulver returned with two 12”s of fine remixes, adding on to his crazy organic Balkan fever and the highlights of the remix-package by Uko Barter, Icasol, Robert Strauß and the Vono Box DJs are extracted to this CD.
As well, the all-time heroes of Pulver return: Dublex Inc. were back with another sun-loaded hit, ready to bring back summer all by itself. Bienvenido is contained on the CD in all three, quite differing, versions.
Steven Perri & Zamaun are forming a new project on Pulver, but they rock the Jazz-Floors standing sound and quite experienced. Their Dancefloor-Jazz is taking hold of everyone and the remixes for the EP by K’bonus and Inverse Cinematics do the rest to mark yet another highlight in the catalog.
The Pulverising series picks up pace with its fourth release, again introducing some interesting projects new to Pulver. CT Lab comes along with ‘Smoke’ and The Inverse Cinematics tune in together with Icasol to drop the dancefloor smasher ‘Rolex’.