Per Hammar presents his new label Dirty Hands.
Since I started to produce music in the mid 00’s, I undoubtedly bought the idea of puzzling my productions into nice labels like a Tetris game. This “survival of the fittest” thinking has under the years resulted in a whole bunch of works that I made a strong connection to, but that no one else never got the chance to do, ending up in an empty folder. There are so many times that I just feel to open up my heart and brain and let people that I have a connection to take part of it, and this is the closest that I can get. The sounds that I like: the warmth, the dust, the ugly, the distorted, broken and worm has been privileged for certain kind of music. Music that I love, but that I maybe not always can play when I got the chance. Those two ideas combined gave me the idea to set up a little imprint. I’m gonna name it Dirty Hands. What that mean is up to you. What it sounds like is also up to you, and that’s why I wrote this instead of thoroughly describing the tracks.