Interstellar Funk: Artificial Dancers – Waves Of Synth compilation

Cov­er­ing music from 1978 to 2018

Inter­stel­lar Funk is third in line to han­dle an artist com­pi­la­tion on Rush Hour fol­low­ing on from Sassy J’s Patch­work’. The 11 track col­lec­tion of obscure syn­the­siz­er music, titled Arti­fi­cial Dancers – Waves Of Synth’, focus­es on 80s synth and wave pick­ing out titles old and new. 

A bumper com­pi­la­tion bristling with obscure and hard-to-find gems, the set sees the Arti­fi­cial Dance label founder join­ing the dots between syn­the­siz­er and drum machine-dri­ven tracks in a vari­ety of sub­tly dif­fer­ent styles. It’s the result of hun­dreds of hours spent dig­ging through dusty old records, tapes, and the Band­camp accounts of DIY musi­cians who have been active since the sound’s first boom in the ear­ly 1980s.’ 


1. Clan Of Xymox — Stranger (Demo)
2. Det Gylne Tri­an­gel — Maskin­dans
3. Zahgurim — The Liv­ing Room 
4. The Human League — 4JG 
5. Liaisons Dan­gereuses — Dias Cor­tas 
6. Sociedades En Tetra Brik — Detec­tor Martenot (Orig­i­nal Ver­sion) 
7. Batang Frisco — Sewing Machine 
8. Chris And Cosey — Hybrid C 
9. Im Namen Des Volkes — Alles Ist Gewinn
10. Stephen Huss — Infin­i­ty Sign
11. Richard Bone — Alter­nate Music For The Hin­den­berg Lounge

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