Vinyl Only, 12 Inch White label, Hand stamped
Atmospheric Minimal Dub Techno And House Tracks By Lucid Soul, Andrea Senatore and Ruff Stuff
Queemose is Andrea Calella from Lecce, an artist who has made quite a name for himself through the 3 highly acclaimed releases on Oscar Barila’s Cyanide, Italian label Hangover and the German Resopal Schallware.
This is his latest EP, “Little Poems”, named from Japanese poetry forms Haiku and Tanka: you can feel the taste of creativity, peace and liberation.
Includes two remixes from Guido Nemola.
Support from Fideles, Sossa, Refresh (Italy), Thomas A.S., Cesar Merveille, Prudo (Alfa Romero), Tomi Chair, Angel Mora, Max Rosardo, DJ Nori, Jason Bay, Salvatore Freda, Simone Gatto, Rhadow, Enhe, Sam Divine, Kaiser, Ivo Toscano, Mirko Paoloni (Radio Party Groove), Alessio Collina, Ricky Erre Love (Desolat, Metroklang), Antonio Passero (Transition Lab), Paolo Mele, Kiss FM, Tunnel FM
Recycle return with their summer label compilation, featuring exclusive and previously unreleased tracks by Bocaje, Guido Nemola & Chico Perulli, Andrea Senatore, A.d.M.a., Luca Ferrari, Alessandro Perugino, exploring deep and dubby sides of electronic music.
The opening track is Since 1992 by the French producer Bocaje, who delivers a dub house tune with a slow march and good-vibes.
Next up are Guido Nemola and Chico Perulli with a deep acid-burner track called Ombra. The third weapon is Overtoon, an high quality dreamy techno track by Andrea Andersenn Senatore. Following, A.d.M.a. drops Engelwurz an effective and raw summer banger. After, Luca Ferrari delivers a warm and elegant deep tool for the dance floor. Its dub again with Alessandro Peruginos Lost, an acid deep and Detroit feeling track.
Handstamped, vinyl only.
Four great underground tracks from Richard Bayer (Richkus),
exploring different landscapes through house and techno.
Vinyl Only, Handstamped.
Minimal hypnotic electronic dub sounds from Contrast Wax label boss Mark Graham.
The package includes two groovy remixes from Coffee Pot (Limo + Guido Nemola) and Herr Spiegelhauer