We have an off-cut from the Hungarian producer’s Death Of A Star EP to give away as a free download.
Patrick Marsman’s Pinkman has been hard at it this month with news of Mark Du Mosch entering the label’s fold with The Red Hour EP which swiftly followed the announcement Hungarian producer and regular S Olbricht collaborator Norwell was to make his label debut with the Death Of A Star EP. With the latter’s record scheduled for a release today, Pinkman have kindly donated Juno Plus a track from Norwell’s impending release which didn’t make the final four-track cut called “From ’82 to ’86”. With strong schlocky horror synths and electro beats to match the sonic aesthetic heard on Death Of A Star, Pinkman offering up this precluded track as a free download provides a behind the scenes glimpse into Marsman’s curatorial approach to running his vinyl-focused label. Stream and download Norwell’s “From ’82 to ’86” below.