I think this is contemporary, though it's always hard to tell with Stroom... From what i can judge, Pruster is a collaboration between Victor de Roo from Vanderschrick and Frederik Daem (who may or may not be in other projects) and Netels is their debut single, a two track coldwave flex shaped by a typically histrionic vocal that recalls the best of classic Dutch minimal wave. And because it's on Stroom, there's the requisite otherworldly ambience, the very same kind that makes you think twice of its provenance...
"It was a rare coincidence, a small seam in a larger era of Brussels, when Victor De Roo, Jan Paternoster, Frederik Willem Daem, Paulo Rietjens and Pregnant Guy suddenly found themselves in the same room.
PRUTSER = Pseudo-romantic, half-baked nostalgic, the generalizing idiosyncrasion,
preferably on prescription drugs with Latin names, flirting with fellenwort on a spread of dumb.
Netels = that warm round sensation when life finally seems to make sense.
Derealiteit = the madness that arises when the sensation disappears seconds later. " STROOM