Tag: Innellea

Premiere: Mia Mendi feat. Thomas Gandey – Cultum [Hydera]

Hydera is the brand new concept label from Mia Mendi that kicks off with its first release from long-time underground dance titan Thomas Gandey in collaboration alongside the imprint’s hardworking bosses. Where better to start this sensual trip than with ‘Cultum’ opening the new label’s catalogue. A futurists record of deep electronica with equally organic and progressive production from the trio launching the newly born sonic temple. An unforgettable arpeggio lead melody lights up and keeps hands held high longing for more. Gandey’s vocals and electronic nuances add fire and soul to make this one truly distinct and stand out ... Read more

Premiere: MULYA – Espinosa [microcastle]

microcastle’s second offering of 2020 welcomes MULYA to the label for his debut EP ‘Chrome Extra’. The Hungarian artist first came to our attention in 2017 with an EP for MoBlack Records. Stylistically fresh and well received by his contemporaries and tastemakers alike, it set the course for what has been a three-year creative swell. With a keen emphasis on rhythm and harmony, the Budapest resident crafts memorable electronic music which sits comfortably in a wide range of inventive spaces, while being favored by trendsetters such as Âme, BOg, Denis Horvat, Dixon, Fideles, Frankey & Sandrino, Glowal, Innellea, Lehar and ... Read more

Premiere: BOg - Jahar (Mathias Schober Remix) [TAU]

Curating their second release on the newly established independent imprint TAU, the Adana Twins showcases Paris-based, Romanian born – BOg. Having released on the likes of Innervisions and Diynamic, BOg’s new ‘Terra EP’ has an other-worldly feel with Innellea and, today’s premiere, Mathias Schober delivering remixes. “Terra” EP is available 19 October on TAU

Castello Festival Podcast By Kowalsky

Musica Automatica founder Kowalsky’s hands-on mentality to electronic music is evident throughout his musical output and DJ sets. Based in Munich and responsible for providing a platform for breakout acts such as BAAL and Innellea, Kowalsky’s power, versatility, and pathos has separated him from the crowded pack. From 1 – 4 June, Kowalsky joins the likes of Frankey & Sandrino, Konstantin Sibold, Mattheis, Nuno Dos Santos, Perel, The Drifter and a slew of artists, as Castello Festival nestles itself into the Polish countryside for its first excursion into the country. Anticipating the event, Kowalsky has put together this stellar mix to get you ready for a weekend ... Read more