Public Possession prepares solo release from Tiedye’s Anton Klint
The Munich operation’s next record will be a two-track 12″ from the Swedish producer.
Public Possession – the label arm of the Munich-based record store of the same name – has become one of our favourite new imprints of the past year. As well as introducing the likes of Tambien and Mathew Brown to our ears, the label has also made a sizeable investment in the future of talented young Australian Bell Towers, and put out an intriguing record of experimental electronics from sound installation composer Obaski in its first year of business. Straddling a the line between house, experimental and disco sounds, it’s a label whose closest point of comparison is perhaps the ESP Institute label run by Andrew ‘Lovefingers’ Hogge out of New York.
Public Possession’s next release sees them continue to explore the disco angle more explicitly, with a rare solo outing from Anton Klint, the Gothenburg producer who has been releasing hazy Balearic-influenced synth jams as one half of Tiedye on Italians Do It Better and Gomma since 2008. Klint is evidently a longstanding friend of the store, having recently played at an in-store session at Public Possession, and the forthcoming Spritzer 12″, due at the end of this month, will be Klint’s first solo release. On the basis of the previews below, it should be of great interest to fans of Tiedye’s small but impressive discography.
Public Possession will release Spritzer on 12″ format on August 29.
A. Spritzer Part 1
B. Spritzer Part 2