Following the release of Tracey’s debut album in May, Dial will release a 5-track digital only ‘Biostar Remixes‘ package in November featuring Lawrence, Jordan GCZ (one-half
We caught up with Dutch producer Tracey to discuss his debut album on Dial and go further into a wide array of matters including studio gear, writing process, album artwork and meaning behind the seemingly random nature of the track titles. Additionally we are proud to present the exclusive premiere of ‘DTFNK’.
‘Illusion’ finds Lawrence in typically fine soul nourishing form with a cadence as stylish and aesthetically pleasing as any of his previous work. Ahead of release, we are happy to offer you a taster of the album with a premiere of “Dark Swirl” – simply beautiful electronic music for both home and club listening.
Dial co-founder Peter Kersten aka Lawrence is returning to his beloved imprint this October with a new full-length album entitled ‘Illusion‘. Scheduled for release 5th October, ‘Illusion‘
Following the release of Efdemin’s ‘Naïf’ mix CD on Curle Recordings, our editor-in-chief Tom Durston met up with Phillip Sollmann at his studio in Berlin for a one-on-one discussion about his new mix and the subsequent seven-part series of vinyl that are seeing release through his own imprint Naïf. We also reflect back on his early DJ career, learning the ropes at Pudel Club in Hamburg and his current relationship with Berghain.
On Friday 10th March German producer, composer and conceptual artist Pantha Du Prince will perform live for Avant Garde at The Steelyard in London – joined on stage by Playhouse and Pampa Records mainstay Isolée, with a set that shall offer a rare glimpse into his unique strand of otherworldly electronics and ravishing deep house.
With a brave title like ‘All The Right Noises’, Roman Flügel’s third album for Dial should be hitting All The Right Buttons. The good news is that after, at least, twenty listens we’ve struggled to detect a wrong noise. All of it seems very right indeed. It’s so right that we think this is likely Flügel’s best work yet.