- The duo are calling time on Supernature and starting a new label named after their popular party concept, which turns ten this year.
Audiofly have posted details for Flying Circus Recordings, a new label that opens this month.
It'll be the latest initiative for the Barcelona-based duo of Luca Saporito and Anthony Middleton, and it gets its name from their Flying Circus party, which is celebrating a decade in operation this year with extensive global touring. The new label's launch signals the closing of Audiofly's prior imprint Supernature, a home to some 50 digital, vinyl and CD releases since 2007.
Flying Circus Recordings will be digital-only for now, and its first move is a two-track Audiofly EP, She Gave Me Love, with a title cut backed with "Don't Explain," which features vocalist Georgina Lewis. Eric Volta, Francesca Lombardo and Azimute (AKA Cesare vs Disorder and Quenum, the latter of whom also has a new EP upcoming on Cadenza) are set for future releases on the label.
Also announced this week is a new stop on the 10 Years of Flying Circus tour in October: an official ADE daytime event in Amsterdam, pairing Flying Circus with Davide Squillace's label and party, This and That. The lineup for this one includes Audiofly—playing with M.A.N.D.Y. as Manfly—and Squillace, along with Cassy, Martin Buttrich and Azimute.
Stream a snippet of "She Gave Me Love."
01. She Gave Me Love
02. Don't Explain feat. Georgina Lewis
Flying Circus Recordings will release She Gave Me Love on August 12th, 2016.