Poker Flat Readies 100th Release
- Words: Maverick Newberry
Steve Bug and his Poker Flat crew will celebrate the label's 100th release this month by stepping backwards in time and refurbishing Dimensional Holofonic Sound's 1990 track, "House of God."
The acid-house inspired jam was made by S.F-based producer Ben Stokes, who can be found these days working as a video director for artists like Cut Chemist and DJ Shadow. "House of God" has been championed by U.K. ravers, DJs like Sven Väth, and, more recently, Phonique, who originated the concept for the commemorative release. Three remixes of the track will be available November 21 in 12-inch format, though it appears you'll have to go digging for the original version yourself.
House of God (The Poker Flat Mixes)
A1 "House of God (Phonique Remix)"
B1 "House of God (Martin Landsky Remix)"
B2 "House of God (20 Years DHS Remix)"
Photo of Phonique by Gene Glover.
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