Technoists Detroit Grand Pubahs are re-releasing their classic dirty techno ditty Sandwiches with remixes from Dave Clarke and Marc Romboy. Have to say that I can never quite accept that a sandwich can be made with a bun. Sliced bread is what is required. And any producers out there might also be interested in the rmx comp via Juno (you listening Dun?).

The release comes in Sandwiches 2011 version, which is a contradiction in terms and sounds just like the techno electro original. The Marc Romboy mix sounds fuller, deeper and slower. The Dave Clarke & Mr Jones remix sounds like you’d expect with bass and drums given an extra boost and the sound of someone preparing to punch you in the face forever. Clips only I’m afraid.

Here’s the original release for comparison:

Blurb: To celebrate the launch of their new techno label Engineroom, Detroit Grand Pubahs are giving Juno customers exclusive access to the original remix parts of their classic track, ‘Sandwiches’.  Budding producers also have the opportunity to remix their own new version and be in with a chance of winning £1000 in prizes.

– Your mix released on Limited 10″ clear vinyl by EngineRoom!
– £300 of Juno vouchers
– Ableton/Reason Online Course from Manchester Midi School
– SoundCloud Pro account
– Mixed In Key & Platinum Notes award winning DJ software
– Your own copies of all 3 upcoming ‘Sandwiches’ vinyl releases
– Signed Detroit Grand Pubahs poster

Full competition details –

Part 1 of Detroit Grand Pubahs ‘Sandwiches / Club Sandwiches’ with remixes by Unsubscribe (Dave Clarke & Mr. Jones) and Marc Romboy is released on Engineroom 21 October 2011.

~ by acidted on October 12, 2011.


  1. I hear ya. Thanks for the heads up.

  2. […] might remember that techno classic Sandwiches by Detroit Grand Pubahs got released in 2011 version (here). Aussie Craig Williams has had a go at his own remix. Download via facebook. This is a bit more […]

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