The new album by Inexhaustible Chunk Funk Band (CHUNK052) consists of some new tracks and some old which weren’t suitable for “Chunk Funk”. The funk beats are more weird and dissonant here, also shorter.
Ok, first come, first serve. Eugen Dittberner had a lot of tracks in the pipe (and still have). So he got the anniversary number CHUNK050 for “Thank Science For Drum Machines”. The sound is not so smooth as on CHUNK023, it’s generally faster, more uncompromising and still minimal in the groove, but comes good.
Leggina Trundimonde changed her moniker to Gina True Legs (aka GTL) and programmed 12 new tracks: CHUNK049. As before mostly calm house tracks sometimes with a industrial or funk twist.
Somebody may ask why all albums here sound “raw” or underproduced. Yes, it’s because the producing standard today is: As loud as possible, and penetrative as possible. Nobody here at Chunk Records likes this new standard, so it always sounds more like eighties production.