Sisyphos Berlin label ‘Sisyphon’ is rewriting the rules of the format for its upcoming Hammahalle compilation out on the 29th of November 2019:
The latest Hammahalle release is handmade and reflects Sisyphos’ long-standing commitment to recycling and up-cycling. Each piece is unique and is constructed from original material abandoned on-site in the club’s earlier life as an East German factory, and is locked to a USB stick containing the music. The pieces will be a very limited edition.
The compilation looks like it sounds. Raw, edgy, dirty – the kind of techno that takes you to the core of Hammahalle. It contains Daniel Miller’s track ‘Slope’ as well as music from club residents Fidelity Kastrow, Jonty Skrufff, Germany’s Anja Schneider, and more. All tracks will be available individually alongside a special DJ mix delivered by compilation curator Jonty Skrufff.
Stream the Novafuture premiere of ‘Slope’ below and find out more about the release here.