Engineroom Identity and Vinyl Record Cover
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The Detroit Grand Pubahs launch their new techno label Engineroom with a re-recorded update of their classic track ‘Sandwiches’. ‘Club Sandwiches’ comes as a trilogy of 3 heavyweight remixes packages, which officially launches with a label launch party at this year’s ADE.

This time, gone is the masks, multiple personas and gimmicks. The Pubahs return to a more sombre mode as Mack Goudy Jr and Oliver Way step away from their funk caricature’s of Paris the Black Fu and Mr. O and embrace the dark and atmospheric techno that will give Engineroom its unique stamp. Whilst their other label Det.ele.funk will continue to keep the funk, Engineroom will showcase the no frills electronic dance music that has always been prevalent in their DJ sets.

To kickstart the new label, Engineroom launches with three sets of stunning remixes of the classic Detroit Grand Pubahs track ‘Sandwiches’. The first EP in the ‘Club Sandwiches’ series includes a 2011 re-recorded and updated version, a Dave Clarke & Mr Jones aka _Unsubscribe_ remix and a Marc Romboy remix.

The vinyl is a very special collectors edition 10" clear vinyl, individually hand signed and only 40 copies!
The recordcover is actually a poster handfolded around the record.

Visualised are the Engineroom logo, 10 inch record on transparent vinyl, recordsleeve/poster and centerlabel.

 
Selected for  Packaging Served website by Chief Curator Oscar Ramos Orozco.