For this anticipated follow up release to “Miami Swipe”, PJ calls upon the analog forces of beyond to create this undead electro opus. Part 80’s horror soundtrack, part romantic-dance-pop-locker story, the Zombie Pants EP will leave your pants possessed! This time around, Pooterhoots draws heavy inspiration from the likes of composers Henry Manfredini and John Carpenter while utilizing a secret mythical function of the 808 to induce disorderly brain-thirsty dancing hordes!
Having busted his chops in Detroit with releases on Richie Hawtin & John Acquaviva’s Definitive label (under the name “Cantina”), PJ Pooterhoots went on to release the seminal “Barf, Lieb Meine EP” and “No Go” 12"s on his cousin Safety Scissors Proptronix records. The incomparable fast edit electro on these ep's turned many heads and tracks were licensed to trendsetting dj mix CD's all over the world like Australia's The Bang Gang DJs "D Is For Disco, E Is For Danc- ing" on Modular records, Scotland's Optimo DJ's "How To Kill The DJ [Part Two]" on Tigersushi, and James F!@#$%^ Friedman's "Go Commando" on Defend music. Make no mistake that Pooterhoots tracks are the true unsaturated, unhyped, and uncompromised sounds of an ideal tomorrow.