GD Luxxe – The 21st Door

Austrian dark-tech recreating classic New Order sound

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Gerhard (GD Luxxe) Potuznik began making music influenced by all things Mancunian (The Fall, Joy Division, The Smiths) in the early ’80s, and has had an extensive career both as a solo artist and in collaboration with the likes of Chicks On Speed.

Twenty years on and still obsessed with “Everything’s Gone Green”-era New Order, Potuznik has created an album of dark, disjointed, disturbing electronica that still somehow manages to lift the spirit.

A remix package worked on by Adult., DMX Krew, Ectomorph and Patrick Pulsinger is also available.

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