- The three-track effort will be the Mexican producer's first release on the long-running label.
German house label raum…musik has revealed details of its 100th release.
The label will commemorate hitting three figures with the three-track No Time To Explain EP from Sakro, a Mexican producer who first caught attention back in 2012 with his Believe In House 12-inch on Houseworx (one of the EP's tracks, "Jazz In The Forrest," was included in Zip's fabric 67 mix). The forthcoming EP's title track will be familiar to some—it's been getting rinsed by Ricardo Villalobos for the past few months, including at this year's Dekmantel in Amsterdam.
Founded in Frankfurt but now based in Berlin, raum…musik is one of Germany's longest-running house and techno labels. Along with Perlon, it emerged during a time in which Frankfurt was the world's leading provider of stripped-down dance music, and has released work from the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Sascha Dive, Christian Burkhardt and, more recently, Julian Perez and John Dimas.
See Villalobos playing "No Time To Explain" at Dekmantel 2016.
Listen to our recent Exchange with Dorian Paic for more information on raum…musik.
B1 No Time To Explain
B2 Life's Too Short
raum…musik will release No Time To Explain EP in February 2017.