Dan Curtin needs little introduction; his unique blend of hi-tech funk & aerobic programming inhabits an unmistakable island of deep techno all to it's own. We journeyed to this island in search of long-buried treasure and struck gold: four energetic gems from Curtin's unreleased archive circa 1998-2001. Get ready to let loose.
On this exciting release, Chilean-born Tobar continues his knack of blending the live tones of krautrock and electronica with a house and techno pulse, in a style not dissimilar to Luke Abbot or James Holden. Two earthy electronic trips, accompanied by a bewitching remix from Legowelt.
Pascal Viscardi has built an impressive catalog over the last few years. After appearing on the Saft imprint in the summer of 2015, he is now releasing his "Lluvia De Verano" mini-LP as the sophomore release on the labels sub outlet "Born". Lluvia De Verano is an album in its own right that captures Viscardi's broad production expertise and showcases his often ethereal sound palette across six original tracks.