After a successful 2019 with releases on TAU and microCastle Speaking In Tongues kick off 2020 with the first out of five installments on their very own and enterily re-branded label Eternal Order.
Swiss electronic music ambassador Deetron takes on remix duties for Marlene, Joshua James’ third installment on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy Sound after releasing Coarse and Journeys In Love last year.
Every release is a statement of what he’s capable to produce and it seems as if Geneva-resident Laolu is one of the rare artists putting quality over quantity as the few and well-chosen EPs or remixes represent as well as prove his maturity at an artistic level.
When two become one is the story of Russian based artist Panorama Channel and Lithuanian producer Pletnev who team of for Biologic Records’ latest EP Blavatsky.
Vice Versa is Dominik Marz’s latest EP and about to be released on his mother ship label Belters.
Nine and a half months ago Permanent Vacation co-label founder Benjamin Fröhlich released his nine tracker Amiata, music to ease your mind or to drift away on the dance floor and around.
For Uncanny Valley’s 50th catalogue number called Valley 50: Green the label from Florence on the Elbe known as Dresden invited as many as four artists.
Having had releases on Frankey & Sandrino’s artsy imprint Sum Over Histories and Multinotes Hungarian artist MULYA continues to pre-write his own history with another stellar EP.