Title: Best of Grünfeld Tonträger
Remixers: Suedmilch, Dirk Lamprecht
Cat. #: broque 105
Release Date: May 01st, 2015
01. DML & Holger Leger – Subconscious
02. DML – Fin (Suedmilch Remix)
03. DML – Fluid (Reshape)
04. DML – 192.168.0.2
05. DML – 192.168.0.3
06. DML – 192.168.0.1 (Dirk Lamprecht Rework)
07. DML – Fs
Grünfeld is dead, long live Grünfeld! Even though, with this „best of“ release it‘s time to say goodbye to Grünfeld, its spirit will live on through a fine selection of tracks, available on Broque.de from now on. The Grünfeld netlabel always has been a very special treasure in the netlabel landscape and we would like to pay our deepest respect. Founded in 2007 by DML, Philipp Frierich and Holger Leger, it quickly gained popularity and became a household name. Though DML has been contributor to all seven releases, several other artists have been releasing on Grün- feld, such as Holger Leger, Suedmilch aka Benedikt Frey or Steffen Baldo, to name just a view. Ranging from
dub to straighter material, techno in all its diversity always has been the common ground on which Grünfeld tracks used to grow and flourish.
„Seven releases in eight years might seem as comparably small output, particularly in comparison with release schedules of other labels. But, without wanting to turn to overused stereotypes, quality rather than quantity has always been the label‘s policy. Throughout the entire period, not a single track has been released which didn‘t meet the expectations, standards and taste of all three label founders.
But as it happens more often than not: life is moving on and the planet keeps on turning. And, once holy priorities change over time. After eight years, keeping up with the own standards became a challenge. And, releasing for the sake of releasing has never been an option for the
Grünfeld team. Therefore, the decision was made to retire the label. But not, without making another mark with this „Best Of Grünfeld“ release on Broque, which at the same time becomes the new homebase for DML. This is a grand departure which makes space for something new.
So long, see you in the archives. D, P & H