RINSED NYC Announces New Label; Offers Up Free Compilation
The 'G.O.D Vol. 1' features Len Faki, Krystal Klear, Braille, Nightwave, and more.
Operating as one of New York City’s most respected nightlife institutions since 2010, RINSED has made a name for itself hosting some of Brooklyn’s most exciting and far-out, ground-up shows. Recently, RINSED founders Blacky II and Daniel Wender have announced the launch of their own music label, The Umbrella.
The labels inaugural release titled G.O.D. Vol. 1 is a beatific fourteen-track compilation that features a variety of up-and-coming, widely-recognized producers such as Chicago-based hardware loyalist Cameron TraxXx, Figure label head Len Faki, Red Bull Music Academy graduate Nightwave, Braille (one half of Sepalcure), Dinamo Azari of Azari + III, and many more. In an e-mail exchange with XLR8R, Wender explained the goal behind this ambitious musical undertaking, saying:
“Our mission with The Umbrella is to close the gap between eternal records and fleeting temporal events, allowing our fans to take a little piece of our events home with them now – even if they weren’t there.”
To make this concept a reality, every forthcoming release on The Umbrella will be tied in with a properly immersive event from RINSED. The Umbrella will celebrate the release of G.O.D. Vol. 1 with an event on March 4 at a new undisclosed Brooklyn location, featuring a selection of compilation artists as well as a special live performance from dance music innovator Jamie Principle.
Grab a free download of this entire compilation by going here.
01. Braille – A Tune Of Circumstance
02. Ariel Black – Color Theory
03. Pale Blue – Tougher
04. Nightwave – Moog Indigo
05. Krystal Klear – The Northern Quarter
06. Dinamo Azari – Jade Helm Ft. Sylvermayne
07. Blacky II – I Don’t
08. Cameron TraxXx – Let Me Tell You
09. Parris Mitchell – Rubber Jazz Band (Len Faki Remix)
10. Tom Snares – Acid Gate
11. Spatial – Prisoner’s Dilemma
12. Luka Tacon – Beyond Your Eyes
13. Curses – Isolumnocturn
14. Aquarian – Fellow’s Court