Poker Flat Announces 10-Year Album
With label boss Steve Bug locked in his studio and rumored to be at work on a new album, Trentemøller, Argy, and Martin Landsky planning January and February tour dates, and a 100th release, "House of God (Poker Flat Remixes)," already on record store shelves, 2009 is shaping up to be a busy year for Germany's Poker Flat imprint.
The label will also celebrate a decade of making music next year, and has announced a corresponding album, to be released in March. Though details are still few and far between, 10 Years of Poker Flat will include a series of special releases and a limited-edition box set. No word as to the tracklisting, but a quick peek at the label's current roster is, perhaps, an indication.
In the meantime, the aforementioned projects and show dates should keep you tided over until March.
Pictured: Label boss Steve Bug.
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