Pacific Rhythm Launches Imprint, Streams First Compilation
Pacific Rhythm opened shop last year with the aim to “provide our local environs with […]
Pacific Rhythm opened shop last year with the aim to “provide our local environs with deeply sourced and deeply felt records, [and] to throw a party here and there.” Now, the Vancouver record outlet has announced plans to launch its own label, and shared details of its inaugural EP. The first in a series of compilations, Rhythms of the Pacific Volume 1 brings together material from local producers, including Mood Hut fixtures Cloudface and Hashman Deejay (remixing Memory Man) and LNRDCROY, who delivers an extended version of “Sunrise Market” from his Much Less Normal tape for 1080p on the record’s a-side.
Rhythms of the Pacific Volume 1 drops on October 20, and all four tracks on the EP can be heard in full below.