New huge 17 track VA compilation "Stamp Collection Vol.3" from Reinier Zonneveld's Filth on Acid
Stamp Collection Vol.3
Filth on Acid is back with a new volume of its essential Stamp Collection series. This time around, it’s volume three. In this release, Reinier Zonneveld‘s label brings together some of the most well-known names in techno for an all-out assault on your senses. Some of the artists featured in this release include Alan Fitzpatrick, Belocca, Kiki Solvej, Mha Iri, Township Rebellion, Ramiro Lopez, and many others.
Since its inception, Filth on Acid has maintained its position as a preeminent player in the global techno music scene. Every release is a searing sonic statement with the boss’s own tunes leading the way, both solo and in collaboration with friends and peers. This third Stamp Collection demonstrates the breadth and depth of the label by ranging from raw and underground to massive crossovers between hard techno, rave, hard trance, and melodic techno. These genres include hard techno, hard trance, and melodic techno.
“Stamp Collection Vol.3” from Reinier Zonneveld’s Filth on Acid
After an opening track called “Unrelenting Triple H” by UK techno legend Alan Fitzpatrick, fellow countryman and rapidly ascending talent Mha Iri takes the stage with “Good Energy,” a track featuring uplifting chords and driving drums. The German DJ, producer, and vocalist Kiki Solvej shines through with the groovy techno of “Bang To My Beat.” The duo of Township Rebellion dives deeper with “Placebo,” and VE/RA‘s “Timeless” is a bright and trance-tinged banger.
There is also BK‘s strobe lit peak time monster Day Break, Zeltak‘s slamming Acid Opera, and Belocca‘s raw and gritty God Of The Sun. All of these tracks can be found elsewhere. On the track P909S303Y, Klaps layers up wild synth flashes and powerful drums, and Ramiro Lopez‘s She Can Take You bounces on big drums and hypnotic melodies. On “Ready Or Not,” Frankyeffe brings the darkness, Lander B gets trippy with “Ufo,” and Dok & Martin x Theodor Nabuurs combine their talents to great effect on “Where Is My Body.” The tranquil track “Somewhere” by Clif Jacks, the hypnotic techno anthem “New Era” by Patrik Berg, the stripped-down track “Take Me Higher” by Balthazar & JackRock, and the moody, vocal-laced late-night menace “Diablo” by Danny Avila x Ramiro Lopez are the final tracks in this collection.