Today a little thing on our own behalf: You might know that from the early days of Keinemusik, we distributed our releases all by ourselves. Most times, that was good fun, and sometimes, it was a big pain in the ass. One of the major drawbacks of that model, though: many record stores, especially abroad, wouldn’t carry our records, as we just couldn’t deliver to everyone. So we decided to team up with a distribution run by cool people. That said: Keinemusik is doing it with the fine folks at Muting The Noise now. Meaning for you, from Rampa’s KM035 on, you can get your hands on every Keinemusik release two weeks prior the official release date in the Muting The Noise shop and of course, in the KM shop as well. Meaning also, chances are you will find our stuff in your trusted record store more steadily or it will be easier for your dealer to order our records. Good, innit?!
We have the impression, some of you might be impatiently waiting for new &ME material. Well people, swipe the sun-boosted sweat of anticipation off your front, the new &ME EP has just landed. It contains a sinistre comedown-groove refined by none other than Fink on the vocals, a floor-shaker spiced up with some tribal-elements and a variation of the titletrack with even more Dub-deepness. Out now and available everywhere, meaning here:
Since 2009 he is supplyin the music market with boogie and bass without compromises.
Now, just on time for his America Tour, Adam Port is enriching our backcatalogue with his Sonnenfinsternis EP.
The KM033 comes with Sonnenfinsternis on A1, Working For It feat. Jennifer Touch on B1 and the special extra bonus Here Is Why – Tonight 12″ Autobahn Edit on B2.
The bass is routine, the boogie is guaranteed. Out now on Keinemusik.
All our KM related releases so far this year:
David Mayer was in the studio with Sebastian Voigt and the result is now out on the new sampler Wattergate Affairs 01.
Today is the release of Adam Port’s remix for Jimpster: Eel Pie Island is out now on Systematic Recordings as Beatport exclusive, vinyl will follow.
Looking back over the Keinemusik portfolio, seeing all that Rampa has created for the collective, is it any wonder that all and any new material from the label boss receives every ounce of our trust. A trust that lends its name to his latest offering. A four track EP. Each a different story to tell. Making this a hella versatile record. Enjoy