|1.||Das Ding - "Meteor Sinkhole" (3:20)|
|2.||Boris Dzaneck - "Dance" (3:14)|
|3.||Y Create - "I Don't Want To Be" (3:16)|
|4.||Roy G Biv - "Ulloa's Ring" (3:44)|
|5.||Rite De Passage - "Quinquerime" (2:40)|
|1.||Rotterdan s - "Interference" (3:53)|
|2.||Necronomicon - "The Top" (4:25)|
|3.||De Fabriek - "Het Terrein" (3:37)|
|4.||Plus Instruments - "Don't Forget Me" (5:40)|
Knekelhuis will release Kale Plankieren's first volume of a collection of Dutch rarities that were released on cassette tape in the '80s, with this stuff, in particular, being recorded between 1981 and 1985. Compiled by compiled by Mark van de Maat, it features a wide range of artists, from the Amsterdam Fetish scene and cities such as Rotterdam, Utrecht, The Hague, and Zwolle. It gives "a glimpse into the artistic DIY music movement that was growing extensively outside of mainstream circles.' Acclaimed Detroit duo ADULT. could well of taken their cues from the likes of Y Create or Rotterdans: take a listen. The legendary Das Ding has get a mention in: their track "Meteor Sinkhole" features their unmistakeable sound.The neon-lit pop-funk of De Fabriek's "Het Terrein"probably was around long before Kajagoogoo! It includes liner notes (in English and Dutch) that paint a great picture of the context where these bands and artists lived and breathed.
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