Perlon have announced their first release of year in the form of a triple vinyl album from Japanese producer Fumiya Tanaka, scheduled for release on 1st April 2016…We just hope this isn’t an April Fools joke.
Perlon is an electronic music record label founded in Frankfurt, Germany, based in Berlin, and run by Zip and Markus Nikolai. It is a minimal techno and microhouse label whose sound features vocals and crispy sounds. Producers such as Ricardo Villalobos, Baby Ford, Stefan Goldmann, Luciano, Matt John, Dandy Jack, Akufen and Pantytec work for Perlon. It is mainly a vinyl only label, as none of their releases are officially available online in any digital format.
Something’s Cooking – PERLONwise
Double Standards have hinted a new release on Perlon with the announcement of a one day event on 4th March 2016 at the design studios headquarters in Berlin.
Make Me bring Margaret Dygas, Cabanne & Giegling to Corsica Studios
Inverted Audio partner Make Me head to Corsica Studios on Saturday 13th June with Margaret Dygas, Cabanne, plus a very special Giegling showcase with Kettenkarussell (live), Leafar Legov and label boss Konstantin.
Watch Portable ‘Medellin’ taken from Sportable EP on Perlon
We’d like to direct your eyes to his next video ‘Medellin’, taken from Portable’s ‘Sportable’ EP on Perlon.
Portable premieres ‘Continue’ taken from Sportable EP on Perlon
‘Continue’ is taken from Portable’s forthcoming ‘Sportable EP’ on Perlon. The video was shot in the South Italian region of Apulia in a village called Monopoli. Alan discusses how he created ‘Continue’ and the significance of the music video medium.
The Mole discusses his musical heritage and current happenings. His mix was recorded live using vinyl only, featuring music from Moodymann, Theo Parrish, Anthony Shakir, Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts and many more.
Make Me Loft Party with Margaret Dygas
Make Me return to their prized loft space in Shoreditch on Saturday 12th July for a special evening with Margaret Dygas.
Horror Inc: Briefly Eternal
4. The Absent
5. I Can’t Look At You
6. Dans La Nuit
7. The Sentinel
9. Bardo Thodol
The Mole: History of Dates
A1 History Of Dates
A2 Lockdown Party
B Lockdown Party (Sprinkles’ Crossfaderama)