It’s been almost a year since our last release and a couple of months since we shared a preview of this, our next release by Magnofon. It is the artist’s second album with us and is worth the wait, as we’ve decided to press a special limited edition run of 50 retro vinyl-effect CD copies.

You can stream the album in full and purchase a CD or download now from Bandcamp, or grab from Junodownload and also Amazon, iTunes, eMusic. You can also stream the album on Spotify

Coming back to Warehouse Decay with his second album, we welcome the return of Magnofon and this set of 10 Funk and Jazz sample-drenched Deep House cuts.
After quite a while since our last release, we’ve decided to press our first limited edition CD in a run of just 50 copies, complete with a free digital version for every purchase.

Smallroom Breaks‘ was created at a time when Harry Towell began to collect Jazz and Funk influenced vinyl in preparation for a possible new night in a coffee shop. At that time, he was building a library of cut-up vinyl samples: guitar licks, searing strings, rhodes keys, funk breaks and brass stabs – not to mention drinking an unhealthy amount of espresso. After months of experimentation it turned out that the gig never materialised due to the room being deemed too small. Thus, Smallroom Breaks was born…

Harry continued to build and develop his library of recordings and was arranging them into a collection of seriously slow Deep House cuts influenced by the likes of Moomin, Max Graef and Theo Parrish.
With both Magnofon’s studio sound and DJ work being heavily influenced by vinyl, we decided to press this to black vinyl-style CDs complete with gloss-white sleeves and stunning monochrome artwork by Milan Očenáš.

Limited to 50 copies

Some links:
SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/magnofon

CATALOG: WDR013
Released on Sunday 28th of July
Written and produced by Harry Towell
Mastered by Tim Diagram
Artwork by Milan Očenáš
www.warehousedecay.com

Boxed Wax 001: Magnofon

March 18, 2015

Boxed Wax 001 Magnofon
We thought we’d do a new feature on WDR called ‘Boxed Wax‘ which will basically be a series of occasional Youtube playlists compiled by our artists. This will include their favourite records of the moment – records in their box, favourites and classics.

We kick off Boxed Wax with Magnofon’s selections ahead of his forthcoming WDR album ‘Smallroom Breaks‘. Magnofon’s taste in music is renowned for being particularly eclectic and his playlist is certainly testament to this, with seriously deep and moody slow house, jackin’ garage influenced sounds, Tech House and woozy jazzy stuff. There’s plenty to listen to – click on the image above to be directed to the Youtube playlist page then hit the shuffle button and let the beats play…

Magnofon new profile

 
It seems like forever since we released a record so we’ve decided to get something special out the door. Coming soon, we welcome the return of Magnofon with his sophomore album ‘Smallroom Breaks‘, a record which is heavily influenced by vinyl, double espresso and small music venues. With layer upon layer of jazz and funk samples, vintage 909 beats and warm rhodes and a highly limited edition run of 50 vinyl-style CDs we’re proud to present this beautiful package, coming soon… For now, we present you a 10 minute preview of the album:

Press release:
Coming back to Warehouse Decay with his second album, we welcome the return of Magnofon and this set of 10 funk and jazz sample-drenched Deep House cuts.
After quite a while since our last release, we’ve decided to press our first limited edition CD in a run of just 50 copies, complete with a free digital version for every purchase.

‘Smallroom Breaks’ was created at a time when Harry Towell began to collect Jazz and Funk influenced vinyl in preparation for a possible new night in a coffee shop. At that time, he was building a library of cut-up vinyl samples: guitar licks, searing strings, rhodes keys, funk breaks and brass stabs – not to mention drinking an unhealthy amount of espresso. After months of experimentation it turned out that the gig never materialised due to the room being deemed too small. Thus, Smallroom Breaks was born…

Harry continued to build and develop his library of recordings and was arranging them into a collection of seriously slow Deep House cuts influenced by the likes of Moomin, Max Graef and Theo Parrish.
With both Magnofon’s studio sound and DJ work being heavily influenced by vinyl, we decided to press this to black vinyl-style CDs complete with matt-white sleeves and stunning monochrome artwork by Milan Ocenas. Limited to 50 copies…

Magnofon on the web:
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/magnofon
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magnofonmusic

Credits:
Catalog: WDR013
Release date: TBA
Written and produced by Harry Towell
Mastered by Tim Diagram
Artwork by Milan Ocenas

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Our next long-overdue Warehouse Decay Session comes courtesy of label bosses Harry Towell and Fraser McGowan as their new recording alias Quiet Birds. The duo both come from an Ambient music background with Harry releasing as Spheruleus and Fraser working under his Caught In The Wake Forever. They formed Quiet Birds through a mutual love of experimental Techno and are slowly working on their début release.

In the meantime, they have sat down and compiled a list of some of their favourite records past and present which will loosely reflect their collaborative output as Quiet Birds. Things start off subtle and abstract with Ezekiel Honig and Mind Over MIDI, passing through the jazz influences of DoubtingThomas and Thomas Hildebrand before moving towards a tougher Tech House sound with tracks from Mihai Popoviciu and Junior Gee. The mix leans more and more towards Techno as things progress with Shifted and our own Tom Mosler and Hoxiun making an appearance.

To check out the mix, click the image above, or HERE

TRACKLIST
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Wherever available, a direct link to listen/buy each release on Juno has been provided

01 Ezekiel Honig – A Closed Loop That Opens Everywhere [Type Records] 2011
02 Mind Over MIDI – Ancient Machine [Silent Season] 2014
03 Arcing Seas – Amniotic [Our Circula Sound] 2014
04 Polar Inertia – Antimatter [Unknown Precept] 2013
05 Acid Pauli – The Gap On The Grip [Other People] 2013
06 DoubtingThomas – Apikoros [Organic-Music] 2014
07 Thomas Hildebrand – Cold Sweats [Microcosm] 2010
08 Taron-Trekka – Radio Fligg [Brut !] 2009
09 Savvas Ysatis – On The Hook [Tresor Records] 2001
10 Matt Karmil – It’s Rough [PNN] 2014
11 Eric Ericksson – Love It (Oscar Offermann Remix) [Local Talk] 2014
12 Tom Mosler – Patterns [Warehouse Decay] 2014
13 Junior Gee – This Society [Something Different] 2013
14 Mihai Popoviciu – Blur [Popcorn] 2013
15 Rio Padice – Secret Spot [Popnorama] 2009
16 South London Ordnance – Sabre [Hotflush] 2014
17 Basic House – No Lotion (No F*ck L.K Mix) [Opal Tapes] 2013
18 Mike Dehnert – Single Action [Delsin] 2014
19 Literon/Ovatow – Permutation One [Frantic Flowers] 2009
20 Shifted – Cold Light (Sektor B) [Avian] 2013
21 Hoxiun – Lock [Warehouse Decay] 2013
22 Shifted – Contract 0 [Bed Of Nails] 2013
23 Jeff Samuel – HeB.GBz [Spectral Sound] 2009
24 Plural – E.M.P [6ONE6] 2008
25 Sven Weisemann – Spheric Wave [Meanwhile] 2007

Today sees the release of our second EP of 2014 which is by UK based Polish artist Tom Mosler. Recall EP is a three track record featuring minimal beats, hints of dub Techno and Tech House set to a leisurely 123 beats per minute tempo. Tom has plenty of work out so we also recommend you check out his Soundcloud page if you like his sound

You can stream the EP in full and download now from Bandcamp, or grab from Junodownload and soon Amazon, iTunes, eMusic

‘Patterns’ is a three track EP for Warehouse Decay from Tom Mosler which is rooted in minimal, dancefloor focussed Techno.
Tom Mosler is a Polish electronic producer and sound designer currently residing in the United Kingdom. He has been interested in electronic music since the 1990’s and has been recording himself under various guises for over a decade.

Tom’s DJing has seen him play in many Polish cities including Warsaw, Wroclaw, Lublin, Szczecin and he also put on his own nights in Koszalin. In 2006 Tom began to focus on his own productions and live performances and the following year he started his own label Kicksomatic as a platform to release both his own music and material from his friends.

These early works were under his own name Tom Mosler and he has since progressed to release with labels such as Hype Muzik, Equaliteq and Off Side. He is also known for his work as Tronikform and the Kicksomatic recordings label.

Some links:
Website: www.tommosler.com
SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/tommosler

CATALOG: WDR012
Released on Wednesday 6th of August
Written and produced by Tom Mosler
Artwork by Tom Mosler
www.warehousedecay.com

 

WDR promo mix

 

 

Regular readers and follows of our label will have noticed continued support from Mark Ryan‘s Amazing Beats show on Amazing Radio ever since we began back in 2013. Mark has regularly selected tracks from our releases since day one and included them in his shows, with a particular fondness for the work of Fau, Dokun and Magnofon.

Last week we knocked up a 30 minute promo mix and sent it over to him and straight away he put it on Friday’s show! It was banging out across the net and on DAB in London and Dublin less than 48 hours after we sent it – so fast that we didn’t get much chance to spread the word.

The good news is that the show has been archived and is available to listen to again by click HERE and at the time of writing it will be the most recent show. If you’re visiting and a Friday has passed since, then you should be able to catching it by hitting ‘More Shows’ and selecting Friday 1st of August. It will be archived for the next few weeks.

Alternatively, you can check the promo mix out aside from the radio environment by clicking the image above or HERE. We have uploaded the mix to Amazing Tunes where it can either be streamed or download for free…

The mix includes some material from our back catalog from artists such as USRNM, Magnofon, TwelveTen and Louper as well as some unreleased works. One such is a track from the forthcoming Recall EP from Tom Mosler which will drop this Wednesday 6th of August. We’ve also thrown forward a piece from an EP we’re working on behind the scenes – this is by German artist Christian Hoche who also records as Ajott. As you’ll hear for yourself this promises to be something very special indeed!

New artist: Tom Mosler

July 24, 2014

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After some warm, deep summer House music we’re now set to release our second EP of the year in the form of the minimal Techno sound of Tom Mosler. Tom’s Recall EP will be released on WDR on Wednesday 6th of August. You can find out more and listen to a sample below:

Press release:
‘Patterns’ is a three track EP for Warehouse Decay from Tom Mosler which is rooted in minimal, dancefloor focussed Techno.

Tom Mosler is a Polish electronic producer and sound designer currently residing in the United Kingdom. He has been interested in electronic music since the 1990’s and has been recording himself under various guises for over a decade.

Tom’s DJing has seen him play in many Polish cities including Warsaw, Wroclaw, Lublin, Szczecin and he also put on his own nights in Koszalin. In 2006 Tom began to focus on his own productions and live performances and the following year he started his own label Kicksomatic as a platform to release both his own music and material from his friends.

These early works were under his own name Tom Mosler and he has since progressed to release with labels such as Hype Muzik, Equaliteq and Off Side. He is also known for his work as Tronikform and the Kicksomatic recordings label.

Tom Mosler on the web:
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tommosler
Website: http://tommosler.com/

Credits:
Catalog: WDR012
Released on Wednesday 6th of August
Written and produced by Tom Mosler
Artwork by Tom Mosler

WDR mailing list

July 16, 2014

WDsticker3

It’s only taken a year… at last we have a mailing list!

We’ll send out notifications of new releases as and when they happen and update on any news. You can sign up to receive the emails by clicking the image above or HERE

New to the WDR team

June 2, 2014

Frasermcg

We’ve been talking behind the scenes to a good friend who has joined the WDR ‘backroom’ team… Fraser McGowan will be lending a hand with a host of different tasks including listening to demos, curating releases, production, some mastering expertise, posting quality Deep House and Techno to our Facebook page and other general shenanigans. Fraser records lo-fi electro-acoustic music as Caught In The Wake Forever and contrary to his melancholy, rustic style his own musical taste enlists a strong interest in Techno.

Whilst not in keeping with the material you can usually find on these pages, you can check out Fraser’s brilliant latest self-released album My Family Goes On Without Me by hitting play below

IC PRofile

 

At the weekend the Irregular Crates blog posted up about our latest release, by Dustcraft. IC will be covering all of our releases going forward and their website is a hub for discovering experimental electronic music and beyond.

Kind words indeed from Irregular Crates…

To read the post click HERE or on the image above
To check out the EP visit our release page or stream some samples below

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