Auntie Flo, General Ludd and more feature on the 22-track collection.
Glasgow via London label Huntleys + Palmers has released a free compilation highlighting the cream of the Scottish city’s emerging electronic talent.
Named Clyde Built after Glasgow’s river and historic shipbuilding industry, the massive 22-track compilation collects largely unknown acts from around the city, including The Fall-inspired grit from The Modern Institute, sample cut-ups from J Hill A and analog techno from SM-102.
The compilation is available from Bandcamp and features music from a few more prominent Glasgow artists: Huntleys + Palmers regular Auntie Flo and Mister Saturday Night’s General Ludd also contribute tracks.
Huntleys + Palmers has released the compilation to mark its Boiler Room party taking place in Glasgow on May 4, which sees Auntie Flo perform his new live show featuring Golden Teacher’s Laurie Pitt on drums.
The broadcast, which also marks the label’s fifth birthday, also features performances and DJ sets from Cain, noise duo Hi & Saberhägen, David Barbarossa & Hush and label boss Andrew Thomson.