Detroit // USA
Heartthrob’s friends at The Bunker in New York have included him in their terrific podcast series. His contribution is a recent live jam with mostly new and unreleased material. Something he hasn’t done in quite a long time… If you aren’t familiar already, subscribe as their roster is exceptional and their parties are the best in New York for over 15 years. We hope you like it!
“The Bunker Podcast 143 is a liveset of new material from Heartthrob, a long-time friend who first played The Bunker at subTonic in 2005. Since then, he’s graced our decks a number of times, released music on labels such as Minus, BPitch, Ghostly and Hot Creations and moved from New York to Paris to Berlin. In 2013, he started his own imprint, ISNISNT, which is releasing a record by our label artist Justin Cudmore later this year.”
Heartthrob contributed the track Dizfunction to this special release compiled by Allergy Season and Discwoman in response to the oncoming Trump Administration. The tunes are fantastic. Please support!
“Well, we just got back from the doctor and yes, we’re sick. There is a fetid smell, the pollen of hatred and bigotry, wafting through the air and our allergies are acting up. While there’s no known cure, we’ve come up with something to treat the symptom, a healthy dose of electronic protest music, a middle finger from the underground to the future powers-that-be. Taken once a day, this pack can help to alleviate the symptoms of discrimination and demagoguery, whether from proto-fascist politicians or insecure music forum commenters.
Physically Sick is a charity compilation by Allergy Season and Discwoman curated by Umfang, Frankie Hutchinson, Max McFerren and Physical Therapy. 100 percent of profits from the compilation will go to selected charities who oppose the hateful policies of the incoming administration: The American Civil Liberties Union, Callen-Lorde, The National Immigration Law Center, and Planned Parenthood.
Available exclusively on the Allergy Season Bandcamp before the dreaded Inauguration Day.”