In 1998, the “Harthouse Retrospective“, which today can already be called legendary, was released in a CD box as well as four vinyl albums (Part 1 to Part 4) with 3 LPs per part. Since then much, happened and it was time to illuminate also the periods after.
While the first “Harthouse Retrospective” mainly summed up the time when the label was based in Frankfurt, the “Harthouse Retrospective (Destination Mannheim)“, released in the 30th year of the label’s existence, focuses on the time when the label was based in Mannheim (2004 – 2017). Like the first 4 parts of the now growing retrospective on vinyl, this one again features 3 LPs.
The tracks on “Harthouse Retrospective (Destination Mannheim)” come from Zoo Brazil, Alexi Delano, Jesper Dählbäck, Groove Rebels, Joey Beltram, Stanny Franssen, Braincell, Ken Ishii, Tigerskin, Mikael Jonasson, Steve Lawler, David Pher and of course Boris Brejcha.
The strictly limited edition of 250 copies is pressed in orangish vinyl (3x180g) with black splatter. The vinyl is on pre-sale today at Bandcamp, Decks Records and in our Shop and is expected to ship August 19, 2022.
From this date, this compilation will also be available digitally everywhere as a download or on streaming portals, although you can already pre-save from some portals like Beatport and iTunes.
Harthouse Retrospective (Destination Mannheim)
(Strictly limited to 250 pieces 3xLP Splattered Vinyl)
A1. Zoo Brazil – Crash [06.16]
A2. Alexi Delano presents A.D. 1010 – Space for Bass (Jesper Dahlbäck Remix) [5:19]
B1. Groove Rebels – Timothy L [07:16]
B2. Joel Mull – Sleepless [08:33]
C1. Joey Beltram – Shaking Trees [07:16]
C2. Stanny Franssen – Black Isn’t Everything [07:16]
D1. Braincell – Absorb [06:42]
D2. Ken Ishii – The Bounder [06:37]
E1. Boris Brejcha – Lost Memory [07:43]
E2. Tigerskin – Capsule [07:50]
F1. Mikael Jonasson – Rimfrost [06:49]
F2. Steve Lawler – Almeria (David Pher Remix) [07:14]
Parallel to the compilation “Harthouse Retrospective (Destination Mannheim)“, the first time of the label in Berlin, the headquarters since the end of 2017 until today, will be appreciated once again on the further compilation “Harthouse Retrospective (Destination Berlin)“. This compilation will also be shipped and available digitally everywhere from August 19, 2022.