After debuting the glitched-out and funky OLYMPOS 01 back in May, The mysterious label gives us a peek at what’s next for its secretive project.
After dropping its debut record back in June, Fine is set to release Back To The People by label co-founder Tilman. It’s a warm shift from ethereal, pumpin’ house to warm, funky disco. Continue reading Fine set to release ‘Back To The People’ by Tilman
As the saying goes, quality is always better than quantity and Axe Traxx is proving just that with its second release of the year by Die Roh & Trudge. The sub-imprint initially launched with a mystifying, four-track bombshell by Sydney duo SONDERR.
After over a year hiatus, Heko Records will be releasing the follow up to its first release Experiential Learning with Giammarco Orsini’s Experiential Learning Part 2. It’s a much needed continuum of the first half, a record that struck a note in music enthusiasts and ravers alike.
Gearing up for NR002, the Scottish label Nautilus Rising looks at German artist Lazaros Spanidis for its next release. The title track GE might sound a bit familiar if you paid close attention to Âme and Dixon’s Essential Mix back in April. Continue reading Lazaros joins Nautilus Rising for ‘GE EP’
Just two weeks before the release of her track Bellflowers + Unicorn through the German label KANN, Mary Yalex has surprised us with a new track called Love Is Here To Stay.
Continue reading Mary Yalex “Love Is Here To Stay”
Coming in on Analogue Attic Recordings, UDMO aka Daniel Oliverius will be releasing Open Water as the Australian label’s sixth installment. This comes just one month after releasing Live at the Fairfield Amphitheatre by Australian duo Sleep D. Continue reading Analogue Attic & UDMO set to release ‘Open Water’
Moving right along onto its thirty-third release, Clone‘s Royal Oak series has just previewed its upcoming record titled Side Street by Fell’s Point. The label previewed the release alongside KiNK’s Valentine’s Groove as part of the “New Clone Royal Oaks for the summer pt 2” playlist. Continue reading Next up on Clone Royal Oak: Fell’s Point ‘Side Street’
Last week, the Tokyo-based label Jazzy Couscous announced its third release via Facebook which will feature “an extremely rare Terada record” and Brawther’s take on Terada’s track Snow Tires. Jazzy Couscous has now shared with everyone a snippet of the B side. Continue reading Jazzy Couscous enlists Soichi Terada & Brawther for JC03