Jordan GCZ and Shawn Rudiman are sending love all over the world from Amsterdam and Pittsburgh respectively. Having previously done live shows together, they worked on the release in the Netherlands before the finishing touches were given on the other side of the Atlantic. As the result, joie-de-vivre compositions of
Being an offshoot of the Indigo Area label, ÆX is a series of hand-stamped limited editions that has reached already the tenth release, which give a peek into Amsterdam’s local scene. A few artists have been featured in previous samplers too and here’s a reminder about the catalog’s number nine.
Tresor is a phenomenon of our time. Instead of leaning back and enjoying reissue royalties of its gigantic back catalogue, the label from Berlin keeps going with an impressive repertoire. It would be wrong to assume that ‘ah, Tresor again, we know’ because with a skilful A&R work they only
The last days of December 20 years ago were spent in great anticipation of the Millennium Bug. The darkest plots saw the future of the (wo)mankind endangered, if the computers would have flipped out. Luckily, hardly anything of these predictions materialised and doomsday scenarios were postponed. Which means that 20
Exactly when Gary Martin’s absence became almost unbearable and the only relief (not financially) was to join the stampede for Teknotika’s back catalogue, the artist reports back with a telling four-tracker on his home label. Since mid-2010s “Post Techno Life” and “Miriam”, four years have passed and the wait for
Elypsia, an embassy of Detroit sound reborn Elypsia Records emerged in the second half of the nineties, as an European home for several Detroit artists – Claude Young, Dark Comedy (Kenny Larkin), D-Knox, to name a few. That time, Motor City’s own labels under the umbrella of Submerge distribution were