The label celebrates its 100th release with some special remixes of a techno classic from 1990.
Steve Bug's Poker Flat label will reach their milestone 100th release later this month with a remix package of DHS's 1990 classic "House Of God."
DHS (or Dimensional Holofonic Sound, to give its full title) is the techno alias of San Francisco-based Ben Stokes. He created the track in 1989 after being inspired by the acid house that was being made around him. At the time of release, it was championed by DJs such as Sven Väth, but also became a big hit on the UK rave scene.
Steve Bug has put together a 12-inch of three remixes to celebrate Poker Flat's 100th release, but the man responsible for the idea was one of the remixers, Phonique. He loved the track so much that he put together his own remix independently, and when Steve heard it, he decided to put it out. Martin Landsky also contributes a deep, dark mix, while DHS rounds off the release with an updated version of his own dancefloor anthem.
Poker Flat will release House Of God (Poker Flat Remixes) on November 21st.