Overview. Remco Beekwilder debuts his first album ‘Culture Vulture’ on EMERALD. With 14 tracks carried out over wax he’s taking it back to where it all started. Being influenced by everything between AM and PM, he touches the distinction between Friday evening and Monday morning. Not necessarily worse, just different.
In 2017 Remco Beekwilder released his monumental ‘LSD’ EP on Dax J’s Monnom Black label, followed by the ‘State of Return’ EP on Binary Cells with the track ‘Planet Acid’ being featured in the Berghain 08 mix for Ostgut Ton. Early 2018 the Dutchman formed his label EMERALD, releasing records from himself and others, pushing foward his vision of electronic music whilst trying to stay loyal to the rave. With his signature sound, clearly rooted in nostalgia, Remco Beekwilder quickly marked his own place in the electronic scene by playing at some of the leading clubs and events such as Awakenings, Reaktor, Rotterdamse Rave, Soenda, Tresor and Berghain. The anticipated EMERALD label showcase marking the imprint’s first year anniversary is set to follow later this year.
A1 / 1. Remco Beekwilder – Culture Vulture
A2 / 2. Remco Beekwilder – Breakwilder
A3 / 3. Remco Beekwilder – Midnight Marauders
A4 / 4. Remco Beekwilder – Federal Signal
B1 / 5. Remco Beekwilder & Stranger – Anybody Out There
B2 / 6. Remco Beekwilder – Skeemask
B3 / 7. Remco Beekwilder – Hold My Hand
C1 / 8. Remco Beekwilder – Hallpower
C2 / 9. Remco Beekwilder & Tim Tama – Primal Symphony
C3 / 10. Remco Beekwilder – Tripwire
D1 / 11. Remco Beekwilder – Flower Warfare (feat. Nur Jaber)
D2 / 12. Remco Beekwilder – Breakwilder (Terror Tool Mix)
D3 / 13. Remco Beekwilder – Universe Of Memories
D4 / 14. Remco Beekwilder – Far Away From Yesterday