For our first anniversary as a label, we have prepared a compilation of tracks by our closest associates, collaborators and some randomly found favourites, who might also make future appearances on our imprint.
One of the firmly established names on the label is Dempa, with his take on leftfield techno with twirling melodies, showcasing his diversity as a producer we love down here in our label headquarters (FYI, there’s no such thing as LBD label headquarters, we are not fucking Innervisions…).
Another label mainstay and our good friend Regular Customer has arrived with one off-beat break belter, as well as a synth-dreamy track for a good measure.
Amongst the first appearances on our label are talented Varum, hailing from Leipzig with well crafted electro-influenced tunes. His Break & Enter pt.3 is expected to make a lot of damage on the dancefloors with its fierce breakbeat rhythms, while Das 8. Bruch might well be the candidate for a perfect set-closing tracks.
Italy is represented by mysterious Indipendente (93), with influences from new disco Napolitan sound morphing into the house territories, while Lithuanian producer IJO offers two different takes on moody and deep acid. And finally, Czech fast rising talent Oliver Torr delivers two excellent ambient techno cuts for afterhour sessions and Aussie producer, now residing in London, Hence Therefore comes up with two otherworldly and disorienting techno tracks.