New label artist Koax hails from Rostock, Germany. He brings a slightly darker side to the Downtempo and Ambient side of the label on this 8 track release. Focused on grand atmospheres, this sure feels like the soundtrack to a sci-fi movie.
Two artists on the label return in unique fashion. Taking the Ambient nature of the Techno works that Outward Roots strives to make, Substak lends his own sound to 5 of the tracks from their first album. Substak morphs the tracks into Experimental and Ambient goodness that shows off his many talents. This is a digital release version of the bonus Cd that comes with a purchase of Moonlit Trees on Cd over at Run On Recordings.
Our first album from [intentionally left blank] is a sonic mashing of beats, noise, textures and other sounds to create a concept album about heading out as a person inside the internet. From the entering, all the way to the getting home, this is one album you won’t forget. Deep sounds and atmosphere dominate this album.
Our first Cd release is from the man who wears many hats, but keeps gracing our label with remixes and appearances in the Futur[e]cho series. Coppice Halifax brings 5 tracks of Deep Ambient Techno that also fuses in the feeling of Drone. Call it what you will, this is sure to please fans of the label, and if you don’t already know who Coppice Halifax is, a new artist to dive into.
The 2014 edition of Futur[e]cho has arrived. 12 artists, 12 unique snapshots of today’s Dubby and Ambient Techno scene. Kicking off the Compilation this year with his signature wall-of-noise take on the genre is The Downgrade Complex, one of this year’s new faces alongside Heisa, Oliver Dombi, SkiFi and Liquid Level. The journey is punctuated by a handful of seasoned F[e] veterans, and it all comes together to bring you one blissed-out deep journey. While this year’s compilation doesn’t have the length of 2013’s offering, it packs an equally great punch, and now is available for you to listen to.
DJ DeepWarmth shows up on the label with our first release of anything close to House music. You might know DJ DeepWarmth better as DeepWarmth and this is a way to show that House music has a place in his style of music. Two Minimal House tracks are featured, and then 3 artists take over remixing duties from the likes of D’Bug’D, Substak and Zwei Kreise.