Let there be no musical barriers, the time was ripe to extend Composts musical visions. Despite all open-mindedness it would be irritating and slightly pervert to just release such music on Compost. But the idea of Angora Steel appealed to label head Michael Reinboth who has his roots in the Punk/New Wave corner. Having lived with a Nu Wave Punk formation in the early 80s and the foundation of Zeitgeist magazine `Elaste` has had an substantial impact on him. Trash, crap, imitations and plain plagiarism? No. Moreover a new home for experimental Punk, Rock, Wave, Electronic Body Music elements. Made by people who show off with their background, experience and know-how rather than neon-coloured leggings. The special kind of people Martin Peter belongs to. The Munich-based DJ, film-maker and jury member of the annual Red Bull DJ Academy is the first to release his album on Angora Steel this spring, 17 crunchy Punk-Rock-Electro-burner or `Computer Punk` as Martin likes to put it. Featuring among others Alec Empire (Atari Teenage Riot) and the legendary Mark Stewart (Mark & The Maffia / The Pop Group).