Following its release on Institut für Zukunft, Peter Invasion and Gregor Habicht share the video premiere of their recent dance floor romancer “2006”. A rough-cut production by New Hook’s Linda, seeing the duo stroll through an abandoned building site over two takes. 

Last April, the highly celebrated Institut für Zukunft turned 5 and celebrated with a special anniversary release, containing music by dance floor regulars like Tsorn, Lynxes, Monsanto High, Qnete and Carmel. Ranging from stomping techno, bleepy electro, classy house and bass-driven leftfield jams, the limited various artists package reflects the broad musical spectrum the Leipzig-based institution has to offer, spread out over 2 beautiful slabs of vinyl.

Peter Invasion and Gregor Habicht‘s contribution –“2006” – has been picking up momentum over the months with support from highly ranked tastemakers like Pachanga Boys and Konstantin Sibold. Now, a couple months after its release, the duo shares a rough-cut video production by New Hook‘s Linda, seeing the duo stroll through an abandoned building site over two takes.

Listen on Soundcloud.


Grab your copy of 2006 via Bandcamp and Muting The Noise.

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