She was preened and pruned, not a hair out of place nor a crease in sight. Heaven forbid she'd be seen in anything but her best, she had a reputation to uphold, a name to represent. As the guests entered she greeted them with a quivering smile painted on with bright red lipstick — it wasn't easy for her to pretend she liked these people, but she could put on a false front for a few hours. At least until she got what she needed from them...
Having added releases for the likes of Pinkman, Bunker and Blackest Ever Black to his arsenal, Dutch producer Ian Martin joins the roster for Onrijn Records with a new 6-track mini album. The release is as eclectic as his general output, bringing several different influences to the table, from new wave and house to minimal synth and electro, searching for different melodies and building tension along the way.
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