“With ODrex Trip 043 it’s a pleasure to release our own Moolsaasa with an album titled Formation. A selection of unreleased tracks from about 10-15 years ago that are freshly mastered. With a wide variety of different sounds, jams and approaches. Dub Techno, Acid House, Techno, Chill Out, Electro… It displays his versatility as producer and on the decks. We hope you enjoy this collection of old treasures we have dug up.
A Formation of memories and sounds.”
“Summer time has arrived, and with it the break of these dates.
In these difficult times, our sector continues to hurt, but we don’t want to stop walking. We are already preparing with care the future releases that will come in the second half of the year.
We feel really grateful after so many shows of support and affection. Without a doubt, these 8 years have been very exciting and a unique experience. It only remains to keep learning, keep meeting beautiful people.”
“Presenting the 4th album on S27 from London’s prolific producer HATCH, this archive of tracks were created during the sessions that would become the ‘Writers Bench’, ‘Arcanoid’ and ‘Hatchism’ albums. You could consider Archive as the ‘B-Sides’ however we feel it easily holds its own as a standalone album.”
“Long time ago, in the relatively small Black Sea coastal city of Varna, Julian Kalchev a.k.a. Virtually J became a kind of local pioneer and an inspiration for a whole generation, being the first to explore ways to compose and produce electronic music programmed, edited, played on a PC. He’s been important part of the scene since then, contributing, for example, to the essential VA series ‘Kokaku’ on Jisatsuken. With his last LP released 20 years ago (yes, in 2001) and after having him contribute an outstanding remix for Autonomaton’s latest EP and a killer track on the ‘Eastern Depths IV’ compilation last year, we are really excited to announce the release of his new album Autocracy Mage on Mahorka.”
“Here we have 9 worlds connected through the mystic intelligence of a musical language passed down through the ages purely for your listening pleasure. Digital Family Vol. 9 is diverse and cultured, adding sophistication to our ever-evolving discography. Buried in this cultural hub of psychedelic techno you’ll find vivid soundscapes, mind-opening minimal and pumping progressive foretold through brilliant production rigour. Be mesmerised. Dive in.”
“Who is behind this curious musical project called SMOK? It is a question I made to myself a couple of years ago after listening to a collab between Andrés and Nicolás (a.k.a Slang). Time has passed and I have discovered that this curiousity comes from Andrés, who is music studious and part of the new generation of producers from Quinta Región. Brain Damage is the result of his curiosity. Accelerated beats, bass drums, violent boxes and acid basses; a sharp chaos which is tidied up within mysterious and obscure melodies. An album that brings me back to the 90’s and spotting strong influences of the electro, such as Underground Resistance, Drexciya, Aux88, or Radioactive Man, among others. Nineties reminiscence that mixes technological advance and that succeeds in locating us nowadays, thus giving life to an album which treasures the origins of the electro-techno, but at the same time adapts perfectly to the present.”