ltd 2018 repress!! following the releases ‘logo queen’ and ‘sensibilia’ from cabaret recordings, so inagawa spent nearly a year to complete his first album ‘integrittithm’. 6 tracks of so’s very own grooves with elegance for all the house & techno lovers.
ltd 2018 repress!! the new label run by so inagawa and dj masda who organize a club party called cabaret based at unit/ saloon tokyo. the first release is done by so inagawa, the label owner, who used be a part of the suffragettes and has released groovy and modern house tracks from the labels like op.disc, tsuba, relaxine, telegraph, minimood under his own name
ltd 2019 repress in black vinyl - get ready for the third edition of our silver series, we proudly welcome the highly talented, young dj and producer suciu from bucharest to our family. we are about to drop his stunning * vinyl only.
the sixth daydream release proudly celebrates the first ever solo ep of an historic artist of the imprint and good friend mjog.
spread across 3 tracks, -trust first- has been in fruition over the past year and is the biggest project of mjog s career to date. produced to display his confidence and friendship for the label, the ep embodies the artist s depth of knowledge and showcases his diversity as a producer by drawing from different influences.
side a takes off with the title track, a straight up minimal club banger infused with chunky percussions, ethereal pads and vocal clips overflowing with warmth and emotion.
on the flip side, this is mjog turning up the energy levels with -brainwave-. a beautiful journey rhythmed by a solid drumbeat, metallic sounds and enchanting melody drifts giving it an interstellar feel.
to close the ep, prepare to embark on a -pacific dream-, a galloping beat combining strong drums with alluring and atmospheric dubby pads, turning it into a galactic ditty.
formas, known from bqd40.3 and their s7m8 ep on minor planet music come here with their first own ep on dana ruhs brouqade. a 3 track ep with spooky and tribal influenced deep tech and a remix by jorge gamarra (sur)