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SSPB Z1 | T-Shirt

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Description

Seilscheibenpfeiler Schallplatten Berlin’s first ever tee!
100% black organic cotton shirt with white prints on the front (SSPB logo) and back (Z1 – for those who know …!).

SSPB (short form) is a record Label founded by Sebastian Szary and Gernot Bronsert before Modeselektor. It´s earliest known record is the four track vinyl “Fundamental Knowledge” 1994, by Szary. After the labels initial launch in the early techno era of post-wall Berlin it has now been reanimated to pursue its mission of delivering high quality dance music into recordbags all around the globe.

The labels emblem and name are an honoration of the one of a kind original Seilscheibenpfeiler monument, placed in Rüdersdorf, East -Germany.