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We promised to share a preview of the WDR 002 so click play on the Soundcloud player below to check it out. It will be released officially on 1st of April 2013 and features remixes by Magnofon. We’ll be sure to announce it here on our website but CLICK HERE to visit Juno and request to be emailed when it is available.

“Devroka is a new side-project for producer Devin Underwood, who normally records ambient music as Specta Ciera. He has previously had independent success on Attacknine Records working with beat-driven music as part of the band Drexon Field and his Specta Ciera project
has graced labels such as I, Absentee, Secret Station and Audio Gourmet. Devin sees his new Devroka project as a chance to re-visit many of the musical styles he grew up with and first drew inspiration from. It will serve as a beat-based alternative for his sound experiments, focussing on old-school synth styles. The first Devroka EP will be released on Warehouse Decay Recordings in 2013″

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At last we can introduce you to our co-curator Bartosz Dziadosz who records minimal/glitch/techno as Klapper Voight. He is currently working on an EP for Warehouse Decay which will be out soon. For now, we have added his biography to the artist page:

“Klapper Voight is a fictional character invented by Warsaw, Poland based artist Bartosz Dziadosz as an outlet for minimal, glitch and techno experiments. He is perhaps best renowned for his work as Pleq in the ambient and modern classical fields but under his new Klapper Voight moniker, he joins Warehouse Decay as co-curator. Bartosz has been DJing for several years and in his sets you can expect to hear anything from IDM and Deep Dubstep to Post Rock and other genres.”

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Behind the scenes we’ve been working hard on organising future EPs on Warehouse Decay, the next of which will be by Devroka. Within the next week or so we should have Soundcloud previews ready so you can get a taste for his work. In the meantime, we have added his bio to the artists section of our website:

“Devroka is a new side-project for producer Devin Underwood, who normally records ambient music as Specta Ciera. He has previously had independent success on Attacknine Records working with beat-driven music as part of the band Drexon Field and his Specta Ciera project
has graced labels such as I, Absentee, Secret Station and Audio Gourmet. Devin sees his new Devroka project as a chance to re-visit many of the musical styles he grew up with and first drew inspiration from. It will serve as a beat-based alternative for his sound experiments, focussing on old-school synth styles. The first Devroka EP will be released on Warehouse Decay Recordings in 2013”

New website artwork

March 19, 2013

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Particularly attentive visitors to our website may have noticed that we have new header artwork! We have a few photographer contacts that will be providing imagery for Warehouse Decay Recordings – we will soon be updating an ‘artwork’ section of the site where you can learn more about our photographers.

The header imagery was taken of an abandoned steel factory in Sheffield, UK by Georgina Richardson: http://www.flickr.com/photos/georginarichardson/

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The first release on Warehouse Decay Recordings was released digitally on October 30th 2012 via Juno. The EP is by Magnofon and is called ‘Connection EP’. It is Deep House constructed from old jazz and funk samples and inspired by the likes of Theo Parrish, Inland Knights and Global Communication.

Photography for this release was provided by Richard Outram

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Or stream a track on Soundcloud below:

Yesterday, Magnofon announced his top-ten most played tracks using Juno’s chart editor. With tracks by the likes of Rick Wade and Medlar featuring highly, Magnofon also included ‘Needs Must’ from his Connection EP released on Warehouse Decay Recordings:

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Warehouse Decay Recordings began in late 2012 when artist Harry Towell needed somewhere in which to release a short set of tracks. He also runs ambient netlabel Audio Gourmet and the Tessellate Recordings label but neither were suitable for his beat-driven material.
So he decided to set up Warehouse Decay Recordings as a portal for experimental works within the Deep House, Techno, dub and minimal fields, which he co-curates with Bartosz Dziadosz (Klapper Voight, Pleq)

The first release on the label came out in October 2012, a 4 track EP of funk and jazz infected Deep House under Harry’s Magnofon pseudonym. Like all future releases, this was made available through digital distributor Juno.

Whilst initially starting off purely as a home for Harry’s work, he has decided to expand and release the work of other artists with Bartosz’ help curating the releases.

Work on future EPs and albums is currently in progress – fans of the ambient/experimental scene can expect to see more of their favourite artists operate in different modes as well as work by already established artists within the house and techno sub-genres.

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