There are not many labels around that have an artist roster that even comes close to Hotflush Recordings, run by Paul Rose aka Scuba/Spectr/SCB. With releases from Joy Orbison, Sepalcure, George Fitzgerald, Untold, Mount Kimbie and label boss Scuba - to name just a few - Hotflush has established itself solidly. During the rest of this year the label will continue its high quality output with new contributions from Paul Woolford & Psycatron and SCB - both scheduled for release on October 24th - plus a debut full-length album from Sepalcure in November.
Stolen - Paul Woolford & Psycatron [forthcoming Hotflush Two]
The collaboration of Paul Woolford & Pyscatron, who have had previous releases on Planet E and Intimacy, brings yet more Techno to the Hotflush Two label. The nine minute barrage of 'Stolen' is deep and intense and contrasts well with the funkier dub on the flipside.
Mace / Overlay - SCB [forthcoming SCB]
Next up is label boss Scuba and his first release for almost a year as SCB. 'Mace' and 'Overlay' have been doing the rounds in clubs all summer and continue Paul Rose's interest in Techno, which is huge in his new hometown of Berlin. Both tracks are well layered and intricate enough to please any Techno aficionado but retain the dancefloor quality that is the SCB trademark.
Lastly, the duo of Machinedrum and Braille with reunite once again in November for their self-titled debut album as Sepalcure. The ten track album will feature all new material and is assured to follow in the footsteps of their previous EPs, Love Pressure, Fleur and Love Pressure Remixed (all available now from Juno).
Pencil Pimp - Sepalcure [forthcoming Hotflush]
The album is scheduled for release November 22nd and will be preceeded by the single, Pencil Pimp on November 7th. Until then you can download the tracks 'Deep City Insects' and 'The Feeling That I Know So Well' for free via XLR8R.