warehouse music is the imprint brought to you by london based dj and producer ryan aitchison, aka mella dee. dj mag’s ‘best breakthrough label’s’ latest offering is a collaboration between mella dee and an anonymous artist and friend of the label owner. stutter minimal mix is stripped back and hard-hitting, one for 4am shoulder shrugging, whilst collision is a tough and heavy big room cut. stutter closes the ep as a more resilient, straight mix of the a1.
since the inception of warehouse music, mella dee has continued to raise the bar and roof with his bold, high energy music. up next on the label is donny’s groove ep, with three exquisite belters, set to tear the warehouse down once again.
warehouse music is the imprint brought to you by london based dj and producer ryan aitchison, aka mella dee.
after being named the ‘best breakthrough label’ of 2017 by dj mag and following on from the ‘techno disco tools ep’, warehouse music launches into 2018 presenting a three track ep, this time under aitchison’s given name ‘ryan aitchison’. this new project gives the more experimental, darker sounds he is producing an identity.
dn5 is relentlessly percussive and hard-hitting, whilst corruption is laced with a growling funk and auxiliary draws the ep to a close as a dark, electro cut. wm004 is pressed to white vinyl with a bespoke hand-stamp design of the infamous doncaster warehouse.
now three releases deep, aitchison presents an uplifting and soulful high energy stomper, quite aptly titled techno disco tool. cloud one takes a deeper, more hard-hitting but funky approach whilst world dance provides a darker, more atmospheric and stripped back drum tool to draw the ep to a close.
growing up in south yorkshire, mella dee’s early musical influences originated from the sounds coming out of warehouses in and around his stomping ground. this soon developed into a love of the burgeoning scene and audio palette from warehouse parties worldwide, hardcore, house, bleeps, techno and everything in between. with a respectful nod to the impact this had on him, aitchison strives to create his own take on warehouse music with his new project.
wm003 is pressed to neon green vinyl with a bespoke hand-stamp design of the infamous doncaster warehouse.