Ian Pooley initiates his new techno label Montage by resurrecting his Silvershower alias. Best known for a pair of 12inchs released on Richie Hawtins Plus 8 in 1996 (with a further EP released on the same label in 2011), Silvershower has been Pooleys preferred alias for his tougher, darker records for nearly 20 years.
Following a great Berghain gig as Silvershower in 2013, Pooley decided the next step was to create an outlet for more original productions under the name. After several months working on new music and design concepts & signing artists such as Berlin’s Hans Berg for future releases, the result is Montage, which arrives in early 2015 with the Damaged EP: three tracks from the Silvershower alias that combine a tougher intensity with Pooleys usual adeptness for dancefloor grooves. [txt from ]