Techno of high quality straight from Japan. Shades of Minimal and Dub Techno on this fantastic release.
ex-Origin produces a sound one can call Dub Techno. It leans heavily on the Techno side of the sound while still being atmospheric. His first release on the label is a 3 track Ep that showcases a talent that can only get better from here on out. A fine addition to the label, and one to not be missed.
DRGBL5 is a new addition to the label with a clean sounding Techno EP with Dub Techno overtones. Slow, broading rhythms highlight this fantastic release. Another good Russian artist to add to the label.
Eastern Depths returns to the label with a second volume. Full of tracks focused more on atmospheres over the course of 9 tracks. This release showcases more great talent in the Techno and Downtempo world. We couldn’t be more pleased to have a second volume.
A series of releases that will make up the 4th EX series release. Experiments in Techno and other forms from DeepWarmth will make up this series.
Dwn Cx returns to the label to showcase an ever changing sound. More noise, more experimental and more melody than his last album on the label. Featuring 6 tracks with melodic noise and techno, sure to shock fans of the label.
By way of introduction, Portland, OR, producer Sage Taylor offers bp4, a floating dub techno track to demonstrate the new alias… Or, that’s how it began, anyway. A few months, several emails and many remixes later, an album is born. Calling on multiple sources of talent spread across the far flung corners of the world, Sage has gathered an impressive list of remixers, including: Mandrasigma, Rabbit Rabbit, Zander One, Katsura, Substak, Fingers in the Noise, Zwei Kreise, Desove, Warmth, Coppice Halifax and The Downgrade Complex… And as a bonus, at the end, are two alternate mixes by aspect. himself. It’s an album for rainy days and headphones… One to get lost in.
Our 58th release in the series comes from The Downgrade Complex who started off our 2014 edition of Futur[e]cho. He brings a wall of noise filled melodies and thumping kicks to the album before giving way to several remixers who give their own takes on several of his tracks.
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.