- Underground Sound Suicide
- (Oversize Item Split, Boxed Set, 8PC)
- Artist: Loco Dice
- Format: LP
- Release Date:6/10/2016
Loco Dice presents Underground Sound Suicide. It follows up 2008's landmark 7 Dunham Place and proved once again that the Düsseldorf based artist is in a class of one. The Ultra Music released LP featured collaborations with artists like Just Blaze, Pulshar, Neneh Cherry, Miss Kittin, JAW, Chris Liebing and Giggs amongst others and showcased Dice's versatility with influences from techno to hip hop and beyond. Underpinning it all the album retained Loco Dice's chunky, bass driven feel and has made it's way into many top DJ sets ever since. Now Desolat boss Loco Dice is releasing an exclusive boxset of the album on vinyl, including a host of new remixes and limited edition items. The reason this project is happening is because Desolat is a label that still prizes the physical format and inherent value of vinyl. As such, the whole thing, entitled the Underground Sound Suicide Box, is to be pressed to vinyl for a full physical release that will allow the exquisite sound design and rich detail to really shine. The fine original cuts are being pressed across four 12" records, and on top of that, four separate remix EPs will also be included featuring classy reworks of the material by established names from the worlds of house and techno including Nightmares On Wax, Henrik Schwarz, Kenny Dope Gonzalez, Kerri Chandler, Martin Buttrich, Robert Hood and Timo Maas among others. On top of this, there is a custom made diamond shape metal USB stick containing all the material and bonus tracks along with four music videos to "Get Comfy", "Keep it Low", "Party Angels" and "Sending This One Out". The set also ships with a custom designed slipmat. All in all this exclusive material is packed in a handmade box. This collection is a must own piece for wax lovers and fans of Loco Dice, but also for fans of contemporary, club owning house and techno. Also featuring remixes by: Jimmy Edgar, Frizzo, ROD, Just Be's On The Keys, and Bambounou.