O-Wells aka Frankfurt Bass is back on Mojuba sub label a.r.t.less with some very tasty life affirming sun showered Detroit Techno for your heart and soul. This special musical treat called Liquid Sun comes in four different mixes to suit your every needs from club dance floors to living rooms and beyond.
Vivian Koch – The Owleon [ARTLESS2177]
Mojuba’s sublabel a.r.t.less presents the debut release by Vivian Koch. Electro synthesizer dreams for days.
Juliano – Chanmé [MOJUBA029]
Twisted Acid House psychedelica b/w uplifting, warm Detroit Techno vibes.
Convextion – R-CNVX1 [ARTLESSVEXTRE1]
The release of any new Gerard Hanson record is a cause for celebration. It marks the long-serving producer’s first solo Convextion release since 2016 and contains two killer cuts. The un-titled A-side is particularly impressive, with Hanson wrapping immersive, delay-laden electronics and sumptuous deep space chords around a bustling, dub-fired Motor City techno groove. Even by his standards, it’s superb. Over on side B, he’s back in atmospheric deep techno mode, offering up a poignant and melancholic affair that’s as deep, spacey and emotional as anything he’s ever done before.
Waveguide – Quod EP [ARTLESS2179]
Over the years, Ken Sumitani has released a decent amount of rather good music, primarily under the Stereociti and Mono Village aliases. This, though, marks his debut under a new alter ego: Waveguide. As debuts go, it’s something of a triumph, too, serving up four essential, tried-and-tested cuts. There are two high-octane, electro-influenced offerings: the sun-bright, funk-fueled melodic bliss of “Lemma” and the heavier, raw-sounding “Tightrope”, whose skittish beats are offset by some delightfully deep melodies and even deeper chords. You’ll find some similarly smooth and hypnotic chords on the brilliant deep techno dubbiness of EP opener “Quod”, while “Cubic Root” sees the Japanese producer successfully wrap restless synth loops around a mildly trippy, Motor City influenced rhythm track.
Stojche – Magnitude EP [ARTLESS218120021]
Stojche with some uplifting, classy, mid 1990s Detroit school trained Techno EP for A.r.t.less.
JP Enfant – Virtus EP [ARTLESS2183]
JP Enfant with a crafty, uplifting, highly effective 1990s Detroit Techno futurism schooled EP on a.r.t.less.
Trap10 – Three EP [ARTLESS2182]
Mojuba sub label a.r.t.less presents the second 12 by Munich Techno Duo Trap10. Three cuts of high quality Detroit influenced no nonsens Techno, ranging from heavy peak time action to subtle emotion ladden deepnes. Classy, driving, mid 1990s Detroit school reminiscent Techno.
The Disciples Of Jovan Blade – Take Me Away [MU004]
Next on Mojuba’s new Underground series is The Disciples Of Jovan Blade: a less known alias of the legendary Terrence Parker that spawned two releases between 1994-95. “Take Me Away” is smooth, soulful and emotive deep house that only peeps from Detroit were capable of at the time. The flip side features a handy instrumental version for those of you not so keen on those sweetly seductive vocals.
Convextion – 2845 [ARTLESS2845]
2845 is Gerard Hanson’s first full-length as Convextion in a decade. The new album is made up of seven characteristically spacy techno cuts, and is his first release with the Mojuba-affiliated a.r.t.less.
Trap10 – Interregnum EP [ARTLESS2184]
Mojuba sub label a.r.t.less presents the second 12 by Munich Techno Duo Trap10. Three cuts of high quality Detroit influenced no nonsens Techno, ranging from heavy peak time action to subtle emotion ladden deepnes.
Stereociti – Lost Land [MOJUBALP005]
Stereociti aka Ken Sumitani presents his second album Lost Land for Mojuba and like its predecessor Kawasaki his new oeuvre is some of the finest Japanese deepcore you will come across these days! This long player is taking us on a journey into an adventure to Stereociti’s ever-changing vast sound landscapes, narrating the story of a lost land. Each of the ten songs is contributing to paint you a in-depth picture of a forgotten city which vanished from this earth long time ago, exploring even the tiniest details through a remarkable sound design. A album that will find a place at home, in the club and you heart! Available as limited edition 3×12 LP in a hand-printed silkscreen cover. Vital Sales Points: – high quality music – limited edition Vinyl in hand-printed silkscreen cover
Darko Esser – Juilce EP [ARTLESS2186]
Mojuba sub label a.r.t.less welcomes another addition to the label roster, dutch Techno boss Darko Esser. In more recent time he showcased his talents under the acclaimed Tripeo moniker, but now it’s time to unleash a powerful and very emotional EP under his original name. He turns in two tracks for his label debut that will catch your attention right away, being capable to maintain any crowd from sunny festival ravers to lost in a moment underground clubbers.
Trap10 – Westside EP [ARTLESS2187]
Straight peak-time action on the A-Side and head-nodding & feet stomping funk infused Techno with soul on the flip, dress to sweat!
MK – Strider [MU003]
MK aka Marc Kinchen should need no introduction, he still is the master of the finest Dubs and Remixes in the House business for more than two decades. His 1991 track Strider remained an obscure Detroit Techno classic only for those who know and were lucky enough to get hold of the a rare test pressing of MKs first release Get It Right! on his own imprint called Masahiro Records which later became Area 10. However Strider didnt made it to the official release and was replaced by another track, as years gone by a video of this true gem caught a lot of attention and leaded to this reissue eventually. The track was remastered and comes with an additional extended version edited by Mojuba’s very own Oracy.
Jp Enfant – Echoes Of You Ep [ARTLESS2189]
The next techno adventure on Mojuba sub label a.r.t.less is ready to launch. This release is the shimmering debut by JP Enfant aka Jean Pierre Enfant, one of the initiators of the well respected LET (Les Enfants Terribles) crew from Amsterdam and established Trouw resident. This EP hits you with three unique Techno tracks fully charged with emotions.
Stephen Brown – Illuminance EP [ARTLESS2191]
Stephen Brown is an institution when it comes to cutting-edge Detroit Techno made in Europe. He has always been on top of the game since almost two decades and knows how to convince with his trademark hi-tech soul. His new release called Illuminace EP marks the return of Mojuba sublabel a.r.t.less and brings two killer tunes from the vaults of the Realtime label boss, while the a-side with SD1 aims clearly at the dancefloors of our beloved underground clubs, the b-side with Free & Easy comes along with a great portion of compelling emotions and funk.
Chez Damier – Classic EP [SG004/MOJUBAGOD003]
Second official repress from the ever so beloved Serious Grooves label in Detroit. Its time for the Classic EP.
Jovonn – Stump It EP [MU002]
Re-issue of Jovonn with some of his high priced tracks from Discogs. Probably not the classic smooth and sexy Jovonn as some know him but for sure some of the classic US house cuts that still sound fresh. Garage Shelter comes with a remix of Tuff City Kids in a nice yet a bit dented sleeve.
Bernard Badie – Bernards Got The Funk [MOJUBA020]
Bernard Badie returns to Mojuba for a special catalog number 020 with some pure class chicago house gem from his. His “Bernards Got The Funk” 12″ released way back in 1988 on his own imprint DJB Records as Jackin’ Bernard Badie features the tracks “Come To Me” and “My First Love” and is a visionary example for Bernards interpretation of chicago house music and a very valuable contribution to whole genre.