Klute Celebrates Ten Years Of Commercial Suicide


05 Apr 2011





Klute's Commercial Suicide imprint has a busy schedule lined up for its tenth year in business, over the next few months look out for the following...

First up is Ill Skillz & S.P.Y - This is Why / Moonrocker, released on April 11th as 12" vinyl and a download pack which includes two Ill Skillz remixes of past Suicide classics: Klute's Tranceformat and Concord Dawn's Take Me Away.

Mid May sees the release of Amit's second album. Entitled 9 Times, it features 14 cuts of Amit's groundbreaking sound and will be available as a single 12" which will also include the full album on CD and, of course, download. Then, in June, they have Nymfo's Double Dutch EP available as a double pack 12" and eight track download.

On July 9th Commercial Suicide takes over the Bunch Of Cuts night at Cable in the first celebration of ten years of Commercial Suicide. Alongside the residents (dBridge, Doc Scott, Marcus Intalex, Calibre and Klute) will be Break, Amit, Nymfo, Skeptical and Dub Phizix.

Autumn sees the release of Commercial Suicide's first ever compilation and Klute promises lots of new music alongside a selection of the best of the past ten years.


Ill Skillz & S.P.Y - This is Why - suicide055a by Commercial Suicide


ILL SKILLZ - Moonrocker - suicide055 aa by Commercial Suicide


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