voin oruwu is a project of kiev-based producer dmitriy avksentiev. also known as koloah. it originated out of avksentiev’s love for cinematography and mystical worlds. inspired by his own post-apocalyptic story. the producer decided he needed a soundtrack and visuals — so. voin oruwu was born. fusing together technology. science. art. he is visual thinker and takes music from cinematic perspective. images that are born in his head are transformed into music. he mixes heavy rhythm and futuristic sound into a single live act.
private persons returns with the second release from the ukraine-based producer youngg p. the entire ep was produced during the 2014 amidst mass turmoil in kiev. the result is a deep. dark and emotionally driven 12” that further cements this label and one to watch in 2017.
“i’m okay” is a twist of melancholic melodies and soothing beats. a dreamy. tranquilizing journey providing a soft soundtrack to a lazy late-night forest wander. euphoric horns drift over tight snares and undulating low end. taking you on an elevated trip to the spiritual side of the cosmos.
today we are pleased to deliver a new jensen interceptor’s ep recorded together with his friend assembler code.
jensen interceptor has provided his versatile brand of techno to clubs and warehouses around the world. with his selection ranging from detroit electro & miami bass to rolling italo. thunderous 90’s breaks and driving ebm. jensen’s audiences are promised a sonic journey like no other. going further than simply an entertainer. his remixes and productions have been released on some of the most influential labels in electronic music like boys noize records. cultivated electronics. bromance and central processing unit. these releases have been supported and played out by djs such as dave clarke. helena hauff. dubfire. maceo plex. trevor jackson and radio slave. bringing a unique and powerful performance to every dance floor - jensen interceptor: engage clutch. shift into top gear.
the signature sound of assembler code has started gain momentum over the last few years. gritty. rhythmic. raw and pulsing. yet always executed with style. having offered up remixes on raar. mille feuilles. and controlled violence as well as original works on mmodemm. and boysnoize records. assembler seems to just be getting started.
xan is a moscow-based producer originally from the town of votkinsk – the birthplace of pyotr tchaikovsky. xan then moved to st. petersburg. and eventually to moscow where he became part of the johns’ kingdom community. there. he began solidify himself as an established electronic music producer and dj. his dedication allowed him to fuse new influences with his own musical background as well as single-handedly organise a unique underground festival in hometown votkinsk. later he becomes a resident of the main diy club in moscow. rabitza. and a frequent guest at other notable events such as arma17. boiler room or nts.
this record is dedicated to the entire rabitza team people — Р..а..б..ы.. Р..а..б..и..ц..ы.. (slaves of rabitza).
locked club is the new russian electronic punk music. a wild combination of the legacy of classic house music. new-wave acid and techno sounds and the immersion of post-soviet dance experimentation. born out of scruffy techno beginnings at drum-heavy basement parties. this is a serious. acid inflicted view of modern electronic music from the other side - away from the surrealism of the big room. locked club and rlgn recorded this project together in a basement for the basement.
florian kupfer. after a string of prestigious releases on ron morelli’s l.i.e.s. and russian torrent versions imprints. willie burns w.t. records. rush hour and ninja tune’s technicolour sub-label (lest not forget that white label sade bootleg). returns with a three track ep on private persons.
this 12 inch tells us the story of the beginning of florian’s career - his travels. dreams and of course love. title track “post present”. recorded for the first time five years ago get’s its first cut into wax. eerie. other-worldly voices reach over a kicking. distinctively kupfer-esque rhythm track. “i can’t love life without u” is a dub drive through retro-futuristic heartbreak and “Л...ю...б...о...в...ь...” an ambient tip into the subconscious.