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New Electro breaks for the floor, spinning at 135 BPM combined with futuristic mayhem and DECALS s signature sound. Kraftwerk on steroids is the best way to describe our new release from one of Irelands most innovative, driving electro groups of its time.
Originally comprised of two young and inovative artist, Alan O Boyle and Dennis McNulty who started writting tracks back in 1993 and subsequently ended up with release's on Warp, Ultramack, Saberettes, Leaf Rec. , Trama, Lo Recordings, Mass Transit, Planet Mu and Satamile Records.
This was their first release on Satamile, followed by two more .
Release's on: Sabrettes, Leaf, Planet Mu, Rotters Golf Club, Invisible Agent Records, Decal-Artifacts, Planet Mu
Laurent Garnier (F-Com) – “Definitely in my box – Electric City my favourite – playlisted on the radio as well.”
Mat Carter (Dedbeat/Haywire) – “Big fan of Decal and this does the job I’d hoped it’d do. They have a unique sound and it’s a sound I like. Nice one
Alan and wife…”
Ade Fenton (Atomic Jam/Advanced) – “Love Burn From The Inside and Electric City – will definitely be playing.” (Charted #10)
Rick Hopkins (Haywire) “Alan produces another contemporary electro bomb. Beginning with a simple groove and as the track progresses adding texture
for some fine electro barndancing hoedown! Another great release from Satamile too!”