- Luke Vibert and Neil Landstrumm have also contributed to the triple-pack LP.
Hypercolour is releasing a 16-track compilation to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
Started in 2006, the London-based label has been heavily involved with the UK house and techno scene for the past decade, working closely with acts like Maya Jane Coles, Luke Vibert and Tom Demac. The compilation, due out on November 11th as a triple-pack LP, pulls together new music from a mix of label affiliates and artists "currently shaping and influencing the Hypercolour sound." Vibert and Demac feature, as do the likes of Roman Flügel, Matthew Herbert, FaltyDL, DMX Krew, The Analogue Cops, Sebastian Mullaert, Matt Karmil and Neil Landstrumm.
Listen to Flügel's "Family Vacation."
A1 FaltyDL - Fantaxia
A2 Steve Edwards - Beautiful People (James Welsh Sheff 97 Remix)
A3 Matt Karmil - Juicy Fruits
B1 Roman Flügel - Family Vacation
B2 Yaleesa Hall x Malin - Buchan Trap
B3 Luke Vibert - Confusion
C1 DMX Krew - Wood Beads
C2 Neil Landstrumm - It’s Hot Outside
C3 A Sagittariun - Djax
D1 Tom Demac - Hanging Flowers Of Albion
D2 Mark Henning - Ready For You
E1 Matthew Herbert - Downgrade
E2 Gary Gritness - Cherenkov Blue
E3 The Analogue Cops - Discoblaze
F1 Sebastian Mullaert - Shadowed By I
F2 Dense & Pika - 2 Steps Back
Hypercolour will release Hypercolour 10 Years on November 11th, 2016.