At least once in a last time you have to fulfill your most intimate dreams. We are in the middle of a thing that can grow bigger. Volunteer gives shape to nine wordless tracks to build a set called Sacred Borders. Starting with a heavy and full of rustiness ambient track, Untitled 01 is pure […]
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.
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.
Let me introduce you the new adept artist and his work: Volunteer. In Edges and Vertices we make a trip across the echo sound and sonic textures. Listen carefully to the tracks, paying attention to the details.
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 […]
Adeptlabel Night at Switch Bar / Barcelona First Label Night of Adeptlabel featuring Tarmac, El Fulminador and Utopyk Jones. Uninterrupted liquid transitions between Dub, House and Techno. Adeptlabel is a new platform for creative electronic music. The label started early in 2012 and soon gained a reputation due to its precise selection of fine high […]
Up then Back by Am.Light is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. I’d rather be cold.
Tarmac´s live performance was like A/C for the spirit. You already know that refrigeration works a transfer of heat, and while Tarmac injected a good dose of sonic heat, as an electronic pump…
Moon Landing by Tarmac is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. I’d rather be cold.
Berlín. Hace unos meses. En algún lugar de la ciudad, Maurizio, Vainqueur y otro puñado de héroes solitarios celebran como es debido el aniversario de Hardwax. Todos los german(ófil)os avanzados y de bien están presentes. ¿Todos? No. No muy lejos de allí, Tarmac y El Fulminador, en un acto de sedición casi sin precedentes en la historia de la música, desafían la lógica y el orden establecido. Aquella noche, en directo, comienzan a engendrar “Rasse 19”.