Release Date: 2nd June 2017
154's cult 2004 album Strike is being re-issued on the producer's own NWAQ/APE label on heavyweight 180g vinyl. Mixing up ambient, techno and abstract designs into deep, sci-fi influenced soundtracks, it still sounds as fresh and unique today as it did back then, and remains an expensive and in demand record on Discogs as well as an important album that has influenced many producers since.
Released 19th August 2016
2016 Repress, comes with the original artwork. Long time 154-compadre Aroy Dee, known for releases on Rush Hour (together with the M>O>S collective), comes with the goods on the immaculate NWAQ-imprint.
Two bass-heavy pieces of euphoria bringing back the good old days of smaller towns, over-anxious smoke machines, lousy cocktails and smiling shirts. Oh, and girls with perm, tracksuits galore and getting down with the Pina Colada Magic Tour. We had the moves, the style, the action and the pussy, and we glance back at it with a slight touch of melancholia.. Thanks Mr. Dee, for bringing it all back.
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