The mysterious Han Haak has been with us from the start. He was the creator of our second release way back in May 2013 when we were just knee high to a grasshopper, still teething and not sleeping through the night! Now we’re all grown up and arguably a bit wiser, it was only fitting to invite him back and the Insipid Town EP is the result. Born out of a dark alley on the wrong side of the tracks, the original teems with raw unbridled energy and plays by it’s own rules. Watch your back!
The prototype is backed up by not one, not two but three big remixes from a trio of names all fans of Selador will be familiar with. The first comes courtesy of Sir Robert of Babicz who channels inspiration from his his recent visit to the Burning Man Festival into a mystical adventure of seductive acid, sci-fi rushes and a large sprinkling of that magic desert dust. Trippy business. Label head honcho Dave Seaman then weighs in with a muscular melodic techno affair, relentless and uncompromising. Not for the faint of heart.
And Ki Creighton & Makanan return to the fold with a bass heavy, sexy tech house workout that flaunts it’s charms upfront and personal. Dependably deadly.
Another carefully constructed multi layered package that ticks all your boxes, plus a few more besides. It’s what we do.
Selador Recordings – like clockwork