having established salt mines and appeared on lost palms and x-kalay, rudolf c has wasted no time in establishing himself as a producer of note in the deep house underground. now he s stepping up to sensu with the endoplazm ep, showing off yet more of the seductive tones he s been building his name on. keep it up is a hazy, woozy roller while endoplazm gets into a tricky acid mindset. uniform is a peppy cut with atmospherics to cool down the snapping drums, and mizty mountain hop takes things on a supremely deep tip to round the ep off in fine style.
shedbug and rudolf c return to their imprint for the first time since it s debut release. breakbeats from the rainforest meet synths from the sky on this split 12” ready for all types of nightclub environments.
rudolf c embarks on the third expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with his mesmerising and pensive ‘goin good’ ep on lost palms. expedition three features four jams packed full of utopian soundscapes and drum machine filled sequences. free your mind and your body will follow.
louis marlo delivers four visceral cuts for felt sense recordings debut release. blissed out dub techno mood setters flying straight out of melbourne. comes complete with a simmering rudolf c remix on the flip.
from the jagged electro tinged “seattle city light”, through the drifting hazy levels of “blacked” and “pisces” to the kicked back paradise of “untitled monday”, rudolf serves up a masterclass in blissed out backyard house. undulating juno soundscapes and warbling 303s merge seamlessly with roughed up rhythms punched through the mpc. this one’s for the heads on the dusty trail, the midnight drive, and the pacific swells. those in the back seat with the window down and the feet up...
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inspired by dazzling reefs and swaying palm trees, micronesia makes its debut with a fresh and captivating collection of deep cuts. while purpura s -touch- is an intricate and tripped out excursion, superbly combined with a contagious rhythm, lk s -hot coffee- is a lustfully crafted piece of slow house with an hypnotic drive. on the flip side, blaktronix (aka lady blacktronika), delivers a luscious and soul-filling beatdown track. rudolf c closes the record with -first boats-, a groovy joint with a seductive feel.
nice price deal !!! ltd 50% deal - salt mines brings you a selection of cuts from its birthplace of melbourne and beyond. sunny italian beaches meet deep australian forests to deliver this high sodium, tape soaked 12”.
august sees us return to where it all began with a very special record from founding x-kalay artist, kask.
although relatively quiet on the release front since his x-kalay ep dropped in january 2016, andreas has been keeping himself busy helping establish tallinn as one of the most forward thinking and underrated electronic music communities in europe.
where the factory meets the creek... rudolf c, dj sting, pascal and lou karsh all provide hazy, percussive, driving, and dubbed out live jams for this new melbourne based label. proper essential vibes from the sunshine coast.
this first sampler consists of works from producers j. albert, rudolf c, daniel klauser & åmnfx, an international squad from brooklyn, melbourne, santiago & moscow who despite their geographical differences share the same concept in their music which explores the deeper and more compelling areas of house and techno. a perfect representation of labels club sound aesthetics.
after establishing himself with rough but emotive house as rimbaudian and jungle as birds of sweden, he unveiled his dj seinfeld alias to the world, first with underground hit single u, then with his time spent away from u album on lobster fury in november 2017. it was a post break-up love letter to the dance floor with heart-on-sleeve emotions colouring the dusty and analogue house grooves. acclaim came in from far and wide, with everyone from rolling stone to pitchfork fawning over its heart swelling nostalgia and melancholic immediacy. jakobsson approached his dj-kicks with the intention of representing all the things that made him fall in love with dance music more than a decade ago, as well as showing some of the progression that has occurred in that time and reflecting the simultaneous fear of leaving something safe behind as well as the excitement of venturing into unknown territories, musically and emotionally.