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In its first year The Public Stand has already established itself as a top dollar techno label, releasing only new and upcoming talent such as Trust The Machine, George Lanham, Komabase and of course Mr. Jones that has gained support from many of techno's main players. So what do you do as a new label looking to follow up on this promising start? You stick your head above crowd, bust open your piggybank and spend some serious dough on putting together the best release you can. And lord have they succeeded. First up in 2012 is Belgian producer Radical G with 'Shadowdancing'. If you know your electronic music, think somewhere between Gesaffelstein and Belgian bands such as The Neon Judgement and Front 242. There's no denial the Belgians have a fond taste for the darker side of the spectrum. And who do you turn to for remixes when you've got dark material and run a techno label? Dave Clarke and Mr. Jones aka _Unsubscribe_ of course! If you think you've heard it all, you will stand corrected. The Public Stand's Rolf Mulder explains: 'I remember vividly when the _Unsubscribe_ guys came by Studio80 in Amsterdam (where I do my weekly radio show), letting me hear the end result of their remix'. me, huge speakers and Mr. Jones popping in a fresh CD of their remix. More than seven minutes of hypnotizing synth work accompanied by the scariest sound FX I've ever come across in techno. If there was an award for evil FX I'd hand it to these fellas.' So you can imagine the kind of pressure the second artist was up against when asked to provide the other remix. 'I really wanted him onboard as he is the man these days who takes it to the max', says Rolf when talking about audio distortionist, George Lanham. With his recent 'Fear As A Tool' release garnering amazing feedback (check the TPS website) it was an easy choice and what a great job he's done to add some pure evil energy that's drenched in his signature Lanham sound. It's a fresh year and a fresh start, so let's tear this sh*t up!
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