April 4, 2019

French producer Erell Ranson's affinity for the deeper shades of Detroit sound is well known, but his ability to absorb those influences and create beautiful music with his own signature is the reason we're so excited to welcome him into our Barba  family.

  • Nearly four years ago when we started out on this crazy voyage we never thought that we'd be taking you on a voyage too. So we're super excited to be able to announce that this year on 5th July, we're hosting one of the boat parties at The Garden! 

  • Chicago Damn returns to the label that released his first ever EP, turning out a superb mixed four-tracker of a 12" for Mark E's very own MERC Music

  • Franklin De Costa once again proves he's a go-to guy for atmospheric and engaging music with depth and emotion with his latest remix. 

  • The start of 2014 has seen Aubrey's already highly impressive discography grow with 2 remixes and an original track appearing on a V/A release in the last few months, proving his status once again as a doyen of the techno scene.

  • "An EP of considerable merit" is how Resident Advisor's Stephen Worthy described Marco Bernardi's recent split EP (alongside Johannes Volk) on London's uprising TIEF record label.

  • A unmixed compilation Homeboy did for Le Chocolat Noir and his Disco Panonia Show on Intergalactic FM. He ripped a few records through a cheap preamp, that seemed to fit together in one way or another. and gleued them together without mixing. Hope you enjoy the selection it is all good music.

  • Check out the latest instalment of the WOLF Music podcast series, mixed by our compadre Inkswel. It's a "perfect blend of beatdown, boogie and house". He's also had an insightful chat with Testpressing.org.

  • Marco Bernardi released albums and 12”s on labels as serious as Planet E, Delsin, Clone, Frustrated Funk, Abstract Forms, Soma, Rawax, Creme Organisation/Bunker and Dave Clarke’s Whitenoise. He did remixes for names as Drexciya’s Henrich Muller, Orlando Voorn, Convextion, Slam, 2562 and Redshape...
    This time he is he is responsible for Little White Earbuds exclusive podcast & Interview that you really need to check!

  • The man-of-the-moment on the Internet comes to you in the form of our favourite Australian analogue kid Inkswel, who’s EP for us “No More Suckas” sold out on Juno in a few days (don’t worry there will be restocks!). Because of this, we thought we’d give you a quick rundown on everything that’s happening in the world of Inkswel.

  • Inkswel's No More Suckas EP, the eight release from Burek Records, is now available in all good stores. Inkswel proves that hiphop is the sibling of house music, and this EP helps join the dots between those two forms of music whilst taking it to future forms.

  • Our next EP coming from Australian machine-funk maestro Inkswel, has been getting high praise from our friends over at The Ransom Note. They give it a well-deserved “chuffing awesome” status and also liken the EP to a mini album. We tend to agree with both comments – no bias of course.

  • London's TIEF label (an offshoot of the successful night at Corsica Studios) finally announced that the third Ep on Tief Music comes from Johannes Volk & Marco Bernardi who have contributed with 2 stunning tracks each...

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