There is a sense that R-Zone is continuing to mature where it could have embraced a niche, flourished and withered, resulting in a label that is now consistently surprising and enthralling with each new release.
Music lovers will indulge and gorge upon the six tracks of the release, whether it’s the drifting melancholy of ‘Teenage Engineering’, the heavy acid flows of ‘Church of Dork’, or the numbingly beautiful ‘Picnic for Players’, there are some stellar moments throughout.
With ‘Midnight At The Tokyo Central’, 外神田Deepspace serves up a Janus-faced five-tracker steeped in darkling nighttide vapours and metropolitan spleen while capturing with a rare acuity the intangible solitude of late night home-stretches.
With its chopped-up percussive groovers and hat-laden shufflers ready to set ablaze any sleepy dancefloor, this debut EP from the mysterious J-Zbel entity doesn’t fail at pushing things even further in terms of old-school brute-force.
On Saturday 8th August Inverted Audio partner London Warehouse Events collaborate with Seth Troxler to pay homage to London’s acid house history and heritage by throwing a giant warehouse party at Tobacco Dock.
Delft revisits its very first release for two fresh remixes of Delft 00X cuts from label regulars Alden Tyrell and Matrixxman. Exclusively stream Matrixxman’s remix of ‘America Kid’ on Inverted Audio >
When it has come to the heart rendering decision over picking favourites for the exclusive Inverted Audio stream of This Place Of Wrath And Tears, thankfully this has been wrested from our control; the full EP is up for streaming right now on the embedded Soundcloud link.