Posts Tagged ‘substak’

Substak – Modal [adpt017]

Substak - Modal [adpt017]

Modal. What does it mean? Modal could be Jazz, but there’s also a Modal Logic, and there are Modal Verbs of course. But listening to the new release by Substak for Adeptlabel I actually think in Modal Fabric.


Gongu – Remiscere Sonus [adpt016]

Gongu - Remiscere Sonus [adpt016]

Exclusivesly live recorded, Remiscere Sonus is purely Techno. Well, this kind of blurred Techno that we really love in Adeptlabel. Gongu had enough perseverance to give us his own particular vision of our catalogue.


Tarmac + El Fulminador – Blast Yo [adpt014]

Tarmac + El Fulmindor - Blast Yo [adpt014]

Everybody knows about German platitudes: reliability, efficiency and zero imagination. At the same share of topics, Jamaicans have had just the opposite: joy, laziness and partying.


Adeptlabel artists, Substak and Tarmac, featuring in Rajatapaus Recordings sampler

Hyppy Sampler featured

Jukka-Pekka Kervinen is the man behind Rajatapaus Recordings. It´s a great pleasere for the adeptlabel staff to introduce his last project because, two of the artists releasing music with us, Tarmac and Substak, has some tracks included in the first release in Kervinen´s label named Hyppy. We’ve talking a little about this new brand project with […]


Substak – Noise Panorama [adpt007]

Substak - Noise Panorama [adpt007]

Ambient, noise, machines and finally nature. Substak presents his new and long awaited release for Adeptlabel, alongside a Tarmac´s forest remix. Some months ago when the music was given to the netlabel to make the master tracks the situation was quite a different one. We do not know if it’s better then or nowadays, or if it going to get worse and worse… but the music proves an important role in everybodies life so this tracks could help to understand our environment in a better way.


Substak – Touching The Lab [adpt004]

Substak - Touching The Lab [adpt004]

Dear listeners (and readers too), today you will find the Substak’s first release, the Greek Connection at Adept. As you well know, borders do not hold sound. Sounds very nature tends to make it move wide and unfettered. From Greece to Spain, the journey could be by sea (mediterranean), thus has been the most common way. Although it is clear that the trip can also be ground (European) and even air.