orgone records is a new vinyl techno label based in dublin . the ethos of the label is to connect irish artist with other artists around the world by working off a platform of having one irish artist and two remixes from international artists. for the first release dublin’s doug cooney is the featured irish producer with remixes coming from liverpool based binny and berlin based versho. the ep is titled ‘convergences’ . the a side of the ep features doug cooneys tracked titled ‘convergence’ with binny’s remix and the b side features ‘show up’ by doug conney with the remix from versho along with an intro track called ‘w.o.n.t’ to the track ‘show up’.
doug cooney has cultivated his knowledge of techno over many years. doug’s passion for this craft runs deep and his dj sets span the full spectrum of techno, past and present. his style and attention to detail have earned him warm up sets for many of his techno heroes, with dave clarke, uvb and abstract division being recent highlights. as well as being a mutate resident, he also plays regular headline slots in dublin’s biggest venues & has played several gigs abroad taking a trip to berlin’s arena club last year featuring on the same line up as adam x & the dystopian record labels jon hester.
dancefloor munitions aplenty with this release from rlsd. 4 great tracks with plenty of potential. rlsd 001 finally drops, featuring original tracks by doug cooney, pgj and jonathan k, along with a lee holman remix. in long established tradition, the first outing by dublin based techno label rlsd records has indeed been a labour of love. with small quantities already in all city records, it’s firing on all cylinders and has been well worth the wait.