Release Date: 10th July 2020
Space•lab records launches its interstellar mission to bring wigglers and warpers from all corners of the galaxy with a V/A made in Birmingham. Adam Pits kicks things off with Real Taste Of Gravity, a rising, trancey journey with a wonderful proggy bassline and synths-a-twinkling. Desert Sound Colony & Dr. Baird combine for the warpy, acid-flecked bassy roller Space Bass Express before Breaka and Adam Pits join for a classy breaks track with bubbling EFX called The Show Must Go On, named after Nic reversed a van into a parked car after setting up the space•lab party where they all met. Inner Zone (Rupert Worthington, Alex Anderson and label head Nic Baird) round things off with their debut release Niaaru - a sunrise weeper for those who like breakbeats with their coco pops.
a1. Adam Pits - Real Taste Of Gravity
a2. Desert Sound Colony & Dr. Baird - Space Bass Express
b1. Breaka ft. Adam Pits - The Show Must Go On
b2. Inner Zone - Niaaru
Release Date: 23rd October 2020
Cosmic techno made between 1994 - 1997 by Quiet Men, an old alias of Italian techno duo, retina.it. Mastered by Neel and on vinyl for the first time.
a1. Quiet Men - Doubled
a2. Quiet Men - Deep
a3. Quiet Men - Brain
b1. Quiet Men - Brain (soothing effect)
b2. Quiet Men - H.E.