Last year Brokntoys inaugurated a series of releases in which one of its artists, and under his own musical criteria, is in charge of selecting tracks from different authors. The German artist Mick Wills was the first to compile three different tracks from three producers, with a rather heterogeneous result in terms of musical style. ranging from electronic, electro and synthwave.
15 months later, and this time under the supervision and election of Dutch Intergalactic Gary, Brokntoys takes up this initiative again and presents a new EP in which this time the style is even more extended, and also has three reissues, one of them is a Big surprise for all those nostalgic people who like to enjoy 80s classics.
The Italian Andrea Benedetti, with his alias Sprawl, opens this EP with a first cut in which he reissues Neural Acid, one of his classics published in 2009 in which he mixes acid lines with breaks. The second track drifts towards a more primitive style such as the Italian disco but, it has great coincidences with the previous cut as far as the origin of the project is concerned and that it is also a reissue of a classic, this time it is GAG that re-releases their mythical Flyin’ Bolero from 1983. Quad, the British duo formed by Mark Carroll and Pete Diggens closes the EP by recovering Spires’n’Towers, a breakbeat track originally published in 1994 at Kinetix.
Release date: September 14th, 2020.