Written and produced by Hasman Deejay and Plo ManGLOBEX part 2 of the inversia series, another cross-continental merger.
Geeky Cave EP
After a quiet year Jan Hendez is back with new textures for this 4th output on Lumbago’s imprint. This release, built around different construction and moods, welcomes 3 originals and a clever equation of those joints by the infamous professor Le Loup. Welcome in the geeky cave! A1 is composed of strong, deep basslines that melts with beautiful synths and twisted rhythms that will bring you directly to space.A2 Jan Hendez achieve a really interesting mix of his influences with a track that we have difficulties to categorize, breakbeat oriented, also electro, but with his minimal touch. Ravy and deep. B1 is the more housy oriented, a great tool for DJ’s with a good drop of acid on the middle. B2, Le Loup used elements of the three originals to mastermind a clever track between Minimal House, and Electro.
Geena's first release on his own imprint. Three original club hits made of deep & goofy house gimmicks. If you haven't listened some four to the floor club tracks with accordion for a long time, this record is for you. Too Smooth Christ, the rising french star, and Raymonde, a guy from the gone tribe, give their own interpretation of sound patterns you heard throughout those tunes.
6th opus of the label. A super eclectic record, exploring diverses styles of electronic music spectrum such as IDM, Downtempo, Ambient, Synth Pop ... Cosmic release limited to 250 copies.This record includes works from artists discovered around the globe. Old & unknown latvian project Леспинасс Гийом & Лyи Дe Лa Гekчe, Andy Rantzen & David Sudmalis from Australia, Isak Anderssen from Norway. But also Art Teachers, Oberst Gregor ... A reissue of cosmic lost sound from California, an electric guitars orgy from Science Patrol (M. Bracewell) + an all new french act Pascal De Nuit.
Pour Faire Pleurer Les Chômeurs
SPONSOR NEEDED!!!! a fresh new transmission from our favourite French duo. Back after the drop of their debut album ‘Les Portes Du Brionnais‘ over a year ago, followed by a quiet season in the studio, The Pilotwings are set to land a fourth release on their home base of BFDM, ‘Pour Faire Pleurer Les Chômeurs‘,