Another Earth is the vision of Berlin-based Dutch artist Esther Duijn. A label, party, and podcast series, Another Earth aims at showcasing high-quality, dedicated artists and the music they produce in the studio or as a DJ or live act. The label arm combines two complementary acts on split vinyl-only 12″s, while the podcast series focuses on live sets—both DJ and live PAs—recorded at clubs, festivals, raves, and illegal events from all over the world.

The label’s first release, a Detroit-influenced offering from Myles Serge and Duijn & Douglas, dropped back in September, with the second, from Plural and Hakim Murphy, following closely in October. A third is scheduled for March next year, with Lee Homan and Opuswerk at its helm.

In the near future, Duijn will relaunch Another Earth’s label nights, the last of which took place three years ago at The Prince Charles in Berlin with Moritz von Oswald, Anton Zap, and Tom Ellis—three artists that are perfect examples of the type of off-kilter music Duijn is pushing.

As a follow-up to the first EP, Duijn remixed the deep and dubby “Stray” feat. Berenice, arguably the EP’s standout track, into a straight-up techno weapon. Duijn’s remix of “Stray” was mastered by Paul Mac at Hardgroove Mastering and can be grabbed via WeTransfer below.