If there is a saga within Flumo Recordings which both treasures the facts of being a declaration of principles and an entrance door to this house, that is no doubt Unreleased Highlights. Through it, label main assets like Jazzler aka Dixie Yure, T.W.I.C.E. or El_Txef_A have passed.
Paul Loraine, sharing woks with Tale of Us, Funk D ́Void or Robert Owens, is an artist who undeniably has manifested his talent in this ‘Smile’. Intimate and evocative, from a heterodox minimalism, winks at a deep house of thick but subtle atmosphere.
Stride, to whom we also give a warm welcome, is one of the artists who let a great deal of his savoir faire in labels such as Remote or Selected Works. His alluring ‘S’Bend’ is a hypnotic piece where self-controlled dramatism blooms in splendor.
‘Almonds’ is the track signed by Chamboche, who has worked for shiny labels such as Needwant, Under the Shade or Zombie Soundsystem, though it is his first appearance in Flumo Recordings. Unclassifiable and riveting in his style and his surprising mark.
The fourth gem is ‘Eve Court Sunday’ by Ittestsu, Nicson (T.W.I.C.E.) and Maik Yells. Hitherto unknown triumvirate whose biggest sin is the exquisite timelessness of their quasi-utopian work.
‘Forest my Forest’ brings the essence and transparency of those qualities which make a song great. This is true techno, properly. This time Vlad Malinovsky is the author, and we, the grateful patrons.