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Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 1

Palmbomen II inaugurates a new series of four EPs, title Memories of Cindy. Part one contains six tracks of woozy nostalgia electronics, with melancholy synth melodies playing out over a vapourwave void of pre-sets and samples. Plenty of atmosphere, and sometimes some grooves too. 12” on Beats In Space, limited to 350 copies.
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Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 2

Kai Hugo returns as Palmbomen II to re-invoke his memories of Cindy. Pt 2 continues the energy of his initial instalment; those high bpm's are present and correct in the pure house grooves and acid crescendos. But there are also meditative moments amongst the frenetic percussive grooves. For those wistfully reflective moments. Atmosphere, always atmosphere: limited Beats In Space 12".

Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 3

It's the mysterious Palmbomen II and his dedication continues with the release of Memories of Cindy Pt. 3. For the final individual record in the series, ahead of a planned 4-part set, expect pared-down house infused with luminescent, melodic acid grooves cutting through the West Coast city haze. Also, please find hues of Tangerine Dream. Limited 12" EP, on Tim Sweeney's Beats In Space label.

Betonkust & Palmbomen II
Center Parcs LP

After dropping several volumes of his Memories of Cindy series last year, the Palmbomen II release schedule rolls on with a collaborative LP alongside Betonkust. Center Parcs LP fleshes out the pair’s 2016 Center Parcs cassette for 1080p, and for the large part it sticks to the formula that made that EP such a success. That means a cocktail of influences - Detroit techno, electro and synthwave are most prominent - combine with a lo-fi aesthetic straight out of the book of Ross From Friends.

Betonkust & Palmbomen II
Parallel B

Retro analog synthesizer archeologists Palmbomen II and Betonkunst must've found a bunch of new old machines to make music on. Their new EP Parallel B is a suitable follow-up to this year’s Center Parcs, and contains more electronic time traveler’s melancholia, bass-line saws, and distorted kicks.

Betonkust & Palmbomen II
Leo / Mirjam (incl. Legowelt Remix)

Now that Dekmantel are winding down their tenth birthday celebrations they can get back to the business of dropping classy house records. This latest drop comes courtesy of Betonkust and Palmbomen II, artists who have previously released solo material on labels like Beats In Space and 9300 Records. ‘Leo/Mirjam’ originally appeared on Centre Parcs, a tape the pair made for 1080p back in 2016, but Dekmantel have now snapped it up for a vinyl release. It’s a warm, slightly moth-eared lo-fi house jam ala Ross From Friends and DJ Seinfeld. Legowelt’s sprightly acid remix wouldn’t sound out of place if it had shown up on Central Processing Unit.

Bufiman / Betonkust & Palmbomen II / Space Dimension Controller / Lena Willikens
Dekmantel 10 Years 09

You surely know the deal by now: exquisite techno-plus label Dekmantel are celebrating their tenth year of operation, and are doing so via a series of ten monthly EP releases. As we near the end of the series, number nine presents us with exclusive tracks from producers as varied as Space Dimension Controller, Bufiman and Lena Willikens (who is usually heard in a pure DJ capacity). Quite an exciting set eh? 12” from Dekmantel.
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Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy

Dutch analog synthesizer wizard Palmbomen II is back with another effort in his Nostalgic for Disastrous West Coast Eighties Aesthetic series. Memories of Cindy combines thumping 606 beats with haunting synthesizers and floaty pads, creating dance tracks that are both oddly retro and strangely futuristic.

Palmbomen II
Palmbomen II

Holland is famous for many things, but not for its palm trees. Palmbomen is hard at work at changing that, palmboom being Dutch for palm tree. His second album of electronica and sound collage is due for release in March, and, if we can believe the suggestion that is Leo Danzinger’s introduction above, it should be one hell of a sophomore effort.