This autumn will see The Martinez Brothers’ Cuttin’ Headz imprint return with Andrea Oliva’s Vermona, backed with Steve Rachmad and Sterac remixes.
Skint Records welcome acclaimed Romanian duo the Gemini Brothers with vocalist Shahin Badar for a fiery five track EP that features three of their original cuts backed with remixes from Justin Robertson and French artist FLVN.
Late October will see Francesca Lombardo make a welcome return to Matt Tolfrey’s Leftroom imprint with the Upper Hour EP, featuring three original tracks from the Italian artist.
Argentinian Guti returns to a label where he has had great success over the years: this time Desolat serves up a five track EP that is the first made in his new Bucharest studio, and it impresses throughout.
Belgian imprint Laark Records is set to release Motor City from label-head Dave Davis this autumn. The release is accompanied by a Sierra Sam remix.
San Francisco-based Butane makes his debut on Jamie Jones’ Hottrax with three hypnotizing tracks this autumn.
Mius is a solo music project by Budapest based Gergely Álmos. After an excellent LP on Sonar Kollektiv earlier in the year, he now returns with a fresh six track EP that acts as a bridge ahead of a new LP in 2017.
The Moodmusic boss himself, Sasse, with his first new material since the excellent Ani EP on My Favorite Robot Records early in the summer. Three moving originals and a Lanzarote mix rounds out the package.
Celebrating 10 years, Steve Lawler's renowned VIVa MUSiC imprint has assembled a medley of artists for a three-part release featuring original tracks from artists connected with the label.
Jay Lumen drops a new album, appropriately titled Lost Tales, via his Footwork imprint comprised of a medley of productions he's been road testing over the years.
Hamza returns to Wind Horse Records after last year’s Thar single, and he does so with an exceptional four song EP that continues to expand his evocative deep house sound.
Classic Music Company’s annual compilation is back, this time for an end-of-year review of sorts, celebrating an incredible twelve months for the label and a run of consistently radical and genius records.