- Oliver Deutschmann, Nathan Jonson and The Drifter also appear on the label's first album-length release.
A new compilation from Maeve is on the way.
Collecting 11 tracks from a combination of new and established artists, Heavy Rotations Vol 1 is Maeve's first album-length release. Due out in June as a triple-vinyl set, it features new tunes by artists such as Ed Davenport, Isolée, Oliver Deutschmann and Nathan Jonson, plus label cofounders The Drifter and Mano Le Tough.
Founded in 2012, Maeve has been an outlet for melodic house music from a close-knit roster of artists. Along with releases from founders Baikal, The Drifter and Mano Le Tough, the label has put out records from Matthew Dekay, Ripperton and Aera. The crew will launch Heavy Rotations Vol 1 in Berlin this Saturday, May 19th, with a party at Funkhaus.
Stream Mano Le Tough's "An Hour In The Morning."