Suprematism

by Various Artists

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We’d like to end the year with a bang and present to you the first volume of SUPREMATISM, a 10-track collection and our final offering for 2016. Suprematism was originally the name of an art movement created by Kazimir Malevich in 1915, where he and other artists exhibited their work in a similar style, mainly geometric forms and shapes (the main influence for our early release artwork). So when we decided to prepare a compilation of both label regulars and up-and-coming talent, we thought the term fitted perfectly.

One of our current favourite producers Tale Cooper (Blue Dye) kick things off with the beautifully produced and uplifting “Booba”, and is quickly followed by the sombre piano tones of “A Day After” by our recent signing Paul2Paul. Next in line is “Native Flow”, a dark and haunting collab between Alexey Emelyanov (Highway Records) and DJ Skif. Now’s the time to bring the sexy funk touch of Athens based Olga Kouklaki (Get Physical) with her track “Charmer”, and then head straight to the dance floor with the return of Giom with his percussion heavy banger “Some Love”. By now, you’re ready to go on a balearic, dubby trip courtesy of Polish wizard Pysh (TOS Records) and his track “Da Rosla” (feat. Poludnice), a real beauty that works wonder on the floor. Heading for the main room, we welcome back our friend David Pher (Gruuv) and let things get dark with “Burning Man”, a serious peak time techy monster. Bringing us back to funky town is our current Beatport best-seller, the man Pete Dafeet with the groovy as hell “Piano Looper”. And to finish things off, we calm down with the soothing sounds of our 2 favourite Belgians Deeligent Soul and their own expertly produced “Rejected Motion” and close things off with the beautiful “Barophobia”, a future end-of-the night classic produced by the man Lessovsky (Tenampa Recordings).

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released December 23, 2016

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