music from a found tape, potentially recorded during the late 1980s and unedited. unknown artist early sampling puzzle saved from oblivion. 180 g vinyl only, 300 copies, included english text. music without an owner.
please find enclosed the first release from our vinyl only 12 series. two edits with our least favourite bits chopped out to create a more cohesive dance floor friendly record.
the less said about these sneaky edits, the better.
second release of the mtmu edit series (etmu) with extended/remastered edits of an afro-disco anthem on the a-side and two filipino 80 s electro jams on the b-side, one of which a live cover of afrika bambaataa s planet rock. pressed loud!
gen x returns with a new ep named ravechannel. this four track ep is the follow-up from the same unknown artists which delivered the generation x earlier this year. ravechannel is an outlined ep with a touch of the early 90s rave sound blended with the sound of today. with the early rave and acid influences this ep comes as a hand stamped limited white label yellow vinyl.
early support by: ilario alicante, nuno dos santos, remco beekwilder, luigi madonna, dj hyperactive, endlec, patrick dsp, takaaki itoh, luca agnelli, secret cinema, dubfire, radioslave, benny rodrigues.
the debut vinyl only release on the newly established kod (keep on dancing) records embodies the spirit of multiple day long sessions held at the revered can chou chou house in ibiza, where anything goes from disco to techno (in this case the former prevails) so long as its played tastefully and at the right time. no title and no artist name appears on on this single, just the music speaking for itself.
++ vinyl only - limited to 200 !! ++
titel as with the previous two releases on the label, rellik was recorded live and on the first take using a selection of analog synths, drum machines and sequencers, particularly the warm and dynamic sound of the
music from a found tape, potentially recorded during the late 1980s and unedited. unknown artist early sampling puzzle saved from oblivion. 180 g vinyl only, 300 copies, included english text. music without an owner. a cassette tape without a label. a record without a name.
a four track ep, by mysterious up & coming producers, which brings to you both the thrills of modern techno and the feel of a classic 90s rave. this is the real deal. unknown artists hand stamped limited edition white label delivered with a well balanced mixture of banging techno/early rave tracks that will bring you back, to the lovely times and feelings of the 90s.
from the redwood forests of big sur and the industrial warehouses of downtown los angeles comes pfeiffer, a label dedicated to quality and a diverse musical output. pfeiffer follows in the footsteps of labels such as svek and kompakt, known for releasing a wide range of techno and house with a common thread of unique and unpredictable energy. looking to bring this type of eclectic curation into the modern era, pfeiffer draws inspiration from the raw simplicity and effortless magnetism of its namesake location on the central coast of california.
owl is a non-profit unofficial label releasing bootlegs, unauthorized re-edit and everything is not licensable for any reason, run by an indefinite art collective growing every day more around the world.
mysterious berlin imprint mask preps its second release with four more untitled tracks this march. continuing the theme of the first release, noah has been produced and recorded live in one take using a selection of analogue gear, including an emu sp 1200, mutual instruments ambika, nord rack 2x, octatrack, vermona action filter 4. a soothing synth line sets the tone of the a1 before implementing sporadic drums and squelchy notes, making way for the melodic chords and a wall of sub bass in the mesmerising a2. murky atmospherics and a medley of percussive hits generate a dusty aesthetic in the b1 until the organic beat and distorted robotic sounds of the b2 provide an otherworldly conclusion to the enigmatic release.
a pair of naughty as you like sample heavy house music rumblers. rapture inducing grooves for the more discerning floor. these gents have had some big label releases, but the names have been changed to protect the innocent. get involved. vinyl only slab. hand stamped 45rpm loud cut for club play.
staub comes back on wax for a third episode. following the no name policy from the parties which started 5 years ago in ://about blank, it is time again for unknown artist to shine. this new ep sees the shy producer appearing on 4 tracks of pristine techno. a1 is an atmospheric trip while a2 is more brutal, on the b side it is going weirder and darker. we think unknown artist tries to craft interesting techno cuts and that he loves variety. that it is the idea behind staub since its beginnings, it does not matter whether you are a newcomer or lady gaga, what matters is the quality of the music. this is what was again aimed with this third record.
every now and then a release comes along from out of nowhere with little fanfare, no social media or extensive pr campaign enabling those who discover it to simply focus on the music without bias or preconceived ideas which can so often cloud our judgement these days. the hypochondriac ep is one such release, bringing four diverse tracks which veer from the heavier percussive groove and goose-bump inducing rhodes of the title track through to the spaced-out, soul-drenched vocal workout existential. on movement and ghosted were treated to deep and tracky shuffled grooves and 90s inspired nyc deep house with a nod to dopewax and henry street. simply put, this is the kind of record that back in the day would be your secret weapon for many years with all four tracks working their magic in different sets in different situations and places. we hope you enjoy this little slice of house perfec-tion!
from the redwood forests of big sur and the industrial warehouses of downtown los angeles comes pfeiffer, a label dedicated to quality and a diverse musical output. pfeiffer follows in the footsteps of labels such as svek and kompakt, known for releasing a wide range of techno and house with a common thread of unique and unpredictable energy. looking to bring this type of eclectic curation into the modern era, pfeiffer draws inspiration from the raw simplicity and effortless magnetism of its namesake location on the central coast of california. february 9th marks the release of pfeiffers first musical offering. a-side big tent sets the tone with raw, minimal percussion and acid tinged melodies. b-side twist brings a healthy dose of chicago and detroit influence to a track that feels colder than house, but warmer than techno. the first of many releases to come, pfe001 marks the tip of the iceberg for pfeiffer, a label which will continue to reveal itself over time.
bring back is back! with the brand new vinyl only release. here s limited single sided record with two jungle bangers. luv this music have combines mystical sound and vibes of the darkness. it s seems like we are back in time, in 93-94. classic breaks and hardcore stabs are able to bewitch anyone. sweet murda opposite, more light with nice pads, filled with the sound of the oldskool jungle music.
early 80s. christiane f and tron meet over a brutalist landscape. clock is ticking. electronic pioneers bang up post punks. dirty hits. take more. time is running out. northern european sub-cultural appropriation to destroy the dance. still, it sounds good. and it looks nice. nice sleeve art. move along. move along.