FP006 TECHNIQUES BERLIN - SUBURBAN PLAYGROUNDS AND CONCRETE BEACHES
Back to 1985, 2 guys started making music in a southern Ontario basement. Their 1st synth was a crappy, old Technics keyboard, which inspired half of the band's name. 1st they've done a 2 song demo and they were taking it around to the clubs, but they didn't have a name yet, and they needed one fast. One of the Djs who
heard the demo said that they sounded very German and that's where the Berlin part came from. 27 years later
Andreas started digging through a little red suitcase, which contained all of the master tapes for many years he thought they would remain there. Gradually he began to restore a lot of the tapes and found out that many of the recordings still sounded well enough to present to the public. Thanks to all the recent interest the band is finally able to release this collection of what they consider to be Techniques Berlin's best material.
Fabrika Records feels honored to release these tracks for the first time on vinyl in a limited edition of 300 copies. A download link with some bonus tracks will be included. Must-Have!!