Shipping for - 11th January 2019
It was only late last year that PIFF Records dropped their first release ‘To Adelaide’, showcasing a wave of up and coming Australian producers. Now, the UK based record label welcomes Berlin-based Jesse Bru as the sophomore member, furthering the label’s ambition for musical exploration in dance music.
a1. Jesse Bru - Lemme Know
a2. Jesse Bru - Heartless Love
b1. Jesse Bru - Late Nite Jam
b2. Jesse Bru - Tribute
Released 15th February
Tammo (aka The Invariants) debut's on Nous'klaer Audio under his real name. Two building techno tracks for night-time workouts plus a live jam on the B2.
b2. Persistence of Pattern
Release Date: 8th February 2019
Deep, raw and real? Then NY*AK is the man! Andrew Scott has been releasing superb bottom heavy deep house groovers for many years on various top labels (like Local Talk, Paper or Ninja Tunes Technicolor). Now it’s time for Quintessentials! The A-side features „after the sun“, a deep, minimalistic and sexy groover, and „mind“, a blissfull and rich low BPM tune for an early morning come down. The B-side starts with „vice“, a proper Detroit track – bassline, strings, rims and snares - and finishes off with the funky and mellow „onions“. Deep, raw and real? NY*AK anytime!
a1. After the sun (feat. Franc Syx)
b2. Onions (feat. Mark Hand)
Released 8th February
Lovely lush emotive dancetracks full of cosmic! vibes In the opening track, a male soothing voice warns us for a gravitational collapse, and he couldn't be more right! Our new family member, INTIMACY, drags you from one musical dimension to another. His outerworld soundscapes and propelling drum rhythms make you doubt whether or not you're still on earth. Enjoy the trip!
a1. Gravitational Collapse
a2. Earth Sciences
b1. Lifetime of Curiosity
b2. Stargate 2020
Released 15th March
Official re-release. Previously released on the nowadays impossible-to-get Blue Attack records, the short living sublabel of Bunker records releasing hardcore freeparty techno in the early to mid-nineties. 'T-Warp' is an archetypical track for this period: fast, subversive, dark and psychedelic. Re-mastered from the original source and pressed on a full side of 45RPM vinyl, it never sounded meaner before. Beam yourself up to the golden age when, while mainstream techno was turning into its capitalistic opposite, the truly free were kicking it in the dirt. It's time again.
Released 1st February
Vinyl sampler with four tracks from Benjamin Fröhlich’s Rude Collection release including two exclusive new remixes by Swedish sunny boy Axel Boman and Brazilian wonder woman Terr. Plus the cosmic disco treatment of “Dream City” by Zombies in Miami and the percussion workout “Drums from Memory” - on vinyl for the first time.
a1. Dream City – Axel Boman Remix
a2. Drums From Memory
b1. Holloway – Terr Remix
b2. Dream City – Zombies In Miami Remix