Tracks from Shinichiro Yokota and founder Soichi Terada, including the well-known "Do It Again."
Hhatri is an acronym for "history has a tendency to repeat itself." As you might infer from that, the label will have a focus on reissues. Material from Japanese imprint Far East Recording is up first, with tracks from Shinichiro Yokota and founder Soichi Terada set for a long-awaited vinyl re-release. One cut from each artist make up the A-side, while Yokota's "Do It Again," plus a remix from London producer Fabio Monesi, sit the flip.
Far East Recording was founded by Soichi Terada in 1988. Throughout the '90s, the label hosted a slew of far-reaching releases, many of which are considered classics today. While there's no word on what else Hhatri plans to release yet, Rush Hour have given away a few details of a forthcoming Soichi Terada compilation, which has been compiled by Hunee and due out in December.
Listen to samples from the upcoming Hhatri reissue via the player below.
A1 Shinichiro Yokota - Believe In The House
A2 Soichi Terada - Moments Of Samples (Alternative Version)
B1 Shinichiro Yokota - Do It Again
B2 Shinichiro Yokota - Do It Again (Fabio Monesi Remix)
Hhatri will release The Far East Transcripts in November 2014.