DeWalta‘s Meander label will celebrate 10 years with a three-disk compilation featuring unreleased tracks from Ion Ludwig, Vlad Caia, Cristi Cons, DeWalta himself, and more.

DeWalta, real name David Koch, launched the imprint in 2007 aiming to release “carefully selected deep techno and adventurous house music on vinyl.” Over the course of the past decade, he has released a wealth of quality material and turned the label into one of minimal music’s must respected platforms.

The compilation lands five years after the initial Family Jubilee, which landed in October 2012. The result is a collection of 3 x 180g vinyl records. All discs are available individually, with limited special artwork. As a package, it forms a “distinctive reflection of Meander’s momentum,” says the label.



A. Ion Ludwig “Midad del Mundo”
B. Vlad Caia “Slowsetup”


C. Cristi Cons “Meandering”
D. Franky Greiner “Klaus Grony”


E1. Konrad Black “Snake Charmers”
E2. Kamran Sadeghi “Amber Alert”
F. DeWalta “Pin Tweaks”

Family Jubilee II is scheduled for July 21 release, with clips streamable below.