The Poker Flat series of the best classic tracks continues: the logical follow-up is the next set of B-sides taken from the Poker Flat Recordings label catalogue numbers 26-50. Everything we loved about the first issue will find its extension here: high-quality production that carry that certain vibe of deeply rooted minimal and groovy club music.
Crane AK's 'Tanz Gymnastique' introduces us into the game that label founder Steve Bug knows to play so well with his fellow colleagues like Martin Landsky, Phonique and Guido Schneider of whom we get to hear the 'Justus Köhnke Remix' of the 2002 DeepHouse hit record 'On The Bridge' by his project Glowing Glisses along with highly-talented Florian Schirmacher of Wareika.
Swedish export Jeff Bennett brings us one of his wide-scaping tunes with 'Oblique', that is taken over by Phonique's 'The Opening': a minimal groover with a certain low-bit appeal that fits perfectly to Märtini Brös' 'Hot' from their first album 'Pläy'.
Coming next are two highly pleasent DeepHous-flavored tracks 'Moved' by Guido Schneider and 'Intimate' by Freestyle Man before we take off with the 'Jack Remix' of Martin Landsky's 'Reject' and a slamming Detroit Techno 'Jesper Dahlbäck Remix' of Detroit Grand Pubahs's 'The Clapper'.
Cooling off a bit on Jeff Samuel's 'Founded' before we feel the discoesque vibe of 'Spencer Filipsson Experience Minolta Mix' of 'Dancing Queen' by Finland's production talent JussiPekka and the electro-modulation of Märtini Brös' 'High (Risin')'.
Quite a special tool we find in this collection is the 'Breathappella' version of Detroit Grand Pubahs 'Big Onion' that is mainly the vocal track of the tune and man ... what a weirdo this is!
Along comes Steve 'Master' Bug himself to put it all together again with his minimalistic neo-acid with the speaking title 'FR 101.3'.
We close this compilation with likely tracks 'Moesko' by Guido Schneider, 'Audio Mechanic' by Jasper Dahlbäck project ADJD, another Märtini Brös 'Pläy' album track '(She´s) Heavy Metal' and the Bug's own remix of 'Loverboy (re-bugged by Steve Bug)'.