The stalwart Dutch artist, real name Gert-Jan Bijl, is already known for a handful of labels, including 4lux and Lifeworld, through which he's overseen the release of well over 100 records. In his 25th year as part of the scene, Gerd is starting Frame Of Mind, an outlet for both new music and reissues from himself and others. He explains his motivation for the project: "I want to share the experience, knowledge and input I gathered over all these years being in the music game, inspire younger generations and shine a light on my personal taste but also on people I think deserve to be in the spotlight even more."
Frame Of Mind's first move is a remastered reissue of Ruff Disco Volume One, an album from Milo Johnson's (The Wild Bunch/ Massive Attack) short-lived Nature Boy project that, incidentally, turns 25 in 2017. (These days you might know Johnson better as DJ Nature.) The LP, originally put out in 1992 on Black Label, is considered a classic by seasoned disco and house heads, and it's become highly sought-after over the years."
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