Denmark's Jatoma come a long way In their first year as an act. Tomas Barfod of WhoMadeWho and Tomboy fame together with Mads Kolding and Jakob Littauer from Electrojuice on an icy winter's day to see what they could come up with, prompting them to record the session…their remarkable creativity and lack of cohesion for genre was a match made in heaven, immediately picked up and adored by KOMPAKT's Michael Mayer. Motivated, they immediately went on to record their self titled debut which has gone on to be proclaimed by the likes of URB as “this stellar debut by some of music's most inventive newcomers” The album opener and fan favorite “Little Houseboat” stands out as a truly vital balance between the experimentation and melody that Jatoma have so succeeded in accomplishing. It's only fair that their local pals and one of dance music's most talked about newcomers Kenton Slash Demon should wrap a wondrous tribal beat around the gorgeous fluency of the original harmonies. The techno elite will know of the now mythical act Pom Pom who have released some of the past decade's most profound and confounding drivers that we have had the pleasure to enjoy here at Kompakt. It's with great honor that Pom Pom do it's own interpretation - creating an unstoppable force in techno mayhem. Lucky Dragons from Los Angeles have been abuzz the blogs and come together with a psychedelic sea of sonic bliss that eventually congeals into a throbbing campfire beat. A bonus version of “Dust In Wong” appears on this 12”, done none other than by the one who inspired the track Dustin Wong! It makes sense why they are so inspired by this young producer as the version is utterly flooring. A shimmering sea of unnameable beauty and depth to melt any of the cold winters snow off your stereo speakers.