IDMf035 VA – This is good tea

Another exciting compilation from those wonderful aural pioneers of IDMf, This is Good Tea rolls through a compelling array of carefully sculpted, perfectly crafted masterpieces. Often tied together by glitched beats, unique rhythms, haunting echoes and beautiful melodies, the netlabel again proves it can offer a release that boasts both variation and coherency, no song out of place despite the diversity of the palette.

One thing that seems to run across all the songs on this compilation is the dreamlike nature of them. In terms of composition, sound design and on a whole a brilliant example of quality musicianship this whole album evokes all sorts of emotion and at times conjures up the most interesting of imagery in the listener’s mind.

Prepare yourself for a treat. This really is exceptionally good tea.

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IDMf034 – 80Hz Sacred Surplus


After months of cold weather there’s a rumbling in the air warming us all up!!
IDMf Netlabel is proud to present this compilation featuring the very best music from the IDMf bass community. There’s something for everyone in here from deep ambient Bass warblings to floor killing DnB, Dubstep, breaks and of course IDM!
Showcasing talent familiar to the label and new artists alongside this is one hell of a heavy release, so set your subs to max and warn the neighbours – The IDMf Bass crew is here!

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IDMf033 MOSKRA – MOSKRA ep

With an uncompromising focus on depth and weight Moskra delivers perhaps one of the darkest releases the IDMf netlabel has ever had the pleasure of releasing. From his studio in Tallahassee FL, Moskra has churned out a mix of deep throbbing kicks, creeping tribal rhythms and oppressive sub frequencies to make up this 4 track EP. Reserve these tracks for the deepest sessions on the dancefloor and dim the lights..

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IDMf032 Concierge_Weetr – The glass is breaking

Hailing from Berlin Concierge_Weetr is a captain of a strange and haunted ship that sails in an ocean inside his own head. Always surrounded by computers and instruments, he developed his sound art as a personal statement to the broken world we live in.
His music is carefully arranged with nervous hand crafted beats which tenuously hold the rhythm together while chilling, eerie and brooding synths pulse and flow around them. What first sounds like a random smattering of noises soon coalesces into infectious beats with bass to fill the dancefloor.

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