Tag: compost records
Manuel Tur and Yuu Udagawa summon up dark Berlin nightspots on the effortlessly cool "Dreamharmonicon" from Compost Records.
When these three names appear on a record we should probably take note of it. Live bass and percussion meet soul-to-soul with Kaidi Tatham's broken beat sound on this remix from Message From A New Dawn.
A delicious slice of slick '80s influenced synth-pop made on the same Moog IIIp on which the Beatles performed "Here Comes The Sun" and Giorgio Moroder "I Feel Love"
Known only by test pressings and commentary from Andrew Duke, Return Of The Mad Funk has been RaSoul's most elusive recording. It's coming out with fanfare from Compost Records.
Will Sumsuch talks with Michael Reinboth, founder of Compost Records — the most important electronic music label of the last 25 years.
If you (like so many British music journalists and tastemakers) lie awake at night worried that there just aren't enough dance music sub-genres ("Night...