Collector’s format marbled 2LP accompanied by a double-sided lithographic print, which includes a unique and exclusive interview from Martin Haidinger and Chris Cunningham (Abfahrt Hinwil), talking to prestigious electronic music journalist Philip Sherburne.
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Includes unlimited streaming of Links Berge Rechts Seen (Deluxe Edition)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
From its creation in the late 90s until its closure in 2009, the Toytronic label witnessed a digital revolution that transformed the record industry, turning glitch into a production tool for a whole generation heir to the of bleep ‘n’ bass sound.
Thanks to their impeccable A&R credentials, its head honchos, Martin Haidinger and Chris Cunningham, created an incredible IDM label catalogue, as well as producing their own material under pseudonym Abfahrt Hinwil.
Their only album to date ‘Links Berge Rechts Seen’ [Toytronic, 2002] was released as a compilation featuring tracks from their brief career that over the years has become a benchmark for the Toytronic sound. This album included their first –and only– three releases signed to Expending Records and Toytronic, and also included two previously unreleased songs: ‘Planquadrat’ and a hidden track at the end of the CD version.
Lapsus proudly presents ‘Links Berge Rechts Seen (Deluxe Edition)’, which will be released on vinyl for the first time as part of our 'Perennial Series'. The collector’s format marbled 2LP will be accompanied by a double-sided lithographic print, which includes a unique and exclusive interview from Martin and Chris, talking to prestigious electronic music journalist Philip Sherburne.