Hermans – Lab Our 06 [LBRM006]

LAB.OUR 06 features offbeat, dancefloor techno from Hermans (Jerry Riggs ‘Dick Diamonds’ & Maxwell Church). ‘Sweat Box Rock’ is an epic stormer that sounds like a techno jam session with alternating beat patterns and dirty keys. ‘Dustin Tombtones’ is an uptempo acid workout destined to move dancefloors. B2 is a remix of ‘Sweat Box Rock’ by Lab.our Music bosses Basic Soul Unit and J-UL.

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Hermans – Lab Our 06 [LBRM006]

VA – Lab Our 05 [LBRM005]

LAB.OUR 05 showcases tracks by 4 different artists, displaying a diverse spectrum of deep sounds. Lab.our Music co-owner J-UL’s first ever release, Tempest, is a moody, beat driven track with layered synths. Maxwell Church returns to the label with Elastic Ban, a rolling rhythmic journey with tense strings. Newcomer, and Toronto native, Xavier Gonzalez drops Praise, a dancefloor burner with a barrage of beats and energetic vocal snippits. Last but not least, veteran Chicago Skyway brings us Vase Mix 3, an atmospheric and melodic jackin’ track.

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VA – Lab Our 05 [LBRM005]

Maxwell Church – Lab.our 04 [LBRM004]

LAB.OUR 04 sees the return of Torontos own Maxwell Church with 3 raw techno cuts. When not busy as one of the founders of Torontos techno night The Deep North, Max releases music as a solo artist and as one half of The Hermans. Doldruks driving rhythm is anchored by percolating synths and ever changing, melodic patterns. Faxnews is a dubby stomper with synth stabs and vocal snippets. Geosynchronus Orb shows us what acid sounds like on Saturn.

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Maxwell Church – Lab.our 04 [LBRM004]