“Cache Cache” - the phrase that the French use for the game Hide And Seek and the fitting title for a new European record label dedicated to seeking out shyly excitable pop music from the not too distant past.
A new home for elusive would-be dance-floor classics and misplaced cosmic-pop from the late 70s, 80s and 90s, Cache Cache Records explores the outer-reaches of modernist pops global legacy celebrating the skewed influence of disco, electro, post punk and hip hop.
From far-flung pseudo electro to denizen disco and rapsploitation Cache Cache thrives on hybridia, misplaced trends and the global regurgitation of custom-built dance-music joining the dots between the key genres of the digital age with a heavy emphasis on the dancefloor, a DIY funk aesthetic and futurist-pop sensibilities. The word Cache – a term also used in computer science for a component that transparently stores lost data – befits our labels modus operandi twice-fold liberating hibernating pop oddities from within production libraries, under the populist radar and behind past political wonder-walls. With a global community of some of the most respected wax-addicts within the incognito Cache Cache network our agents are now on the prowl…. Coming – ready or not.
supported by 6 fans who also own “Superman Supercool”
This album is a great sampling of some interesting new wave sounds. I had never heard of any of the artists on this before, but the whole album is great.
You will hear something you haven't before if you listen to this!