Who’s behind it?
Peter Gyselaers, aka Break 3000 and part of the Dirt Crew, is the dude currently running the label. “In 2004 we started our little label and had no idea it would take on these proportions,“ Peter says. “We started our little label and had no idea it would take on these proportions. This October we will celebrate our 10th anniversary. After many years of changing music styles and hypes, we are very happy to be stronger as ever — and still up and running.
Peter tells DJ Mag that he's pleased that vinyl is back in full force. „We also started our new sub-label S P I E L last year that focuses on more indie and disco-orientated music,“ he says. With recent big albums from Tigerskin and Detroit Swindle, we are also stepping into the full artist albums which is another big leap for us.“
“The deeper side of house Music, sometimes more disco, sometimes more soulful and on a garage tip. We even enter the techno and Detroit areas on some releases,” says Peter.
Who’s currently on it?
Detroit Swindle, Tigerskin, Till von Sein, Brame & Hamo, Chymera, Ben La Desh, Urulu & Steve Huerta, Downtown Party Network. “Upcoming releases are planned with Kito Jempere, Schmutz and Nachtbraker.”
Who’s playing it?
Jimpster, Kerri Chandler, Kraak & Smaak, Steve Bug, Mr V, Fred Everything, Ralph Lawson, Eric Kupper, Pete Tong, Gilles Peterson, Karizma, Justin Harris, Art Of Tones, Busy P, Ben Westbeech, Shur-I-Kan, Gerd, Homework, DJ Sascha, Tensnake, Roberto Rodriguez, Nuno Dos Santos, Brothers Vibe and more.
“We will release a special 10-years anniversary compilation called 'Deep Love 10', with loads of new faces to the Dirt Crew family — this will be a special coloured vinyl 12-inch and CD. After that we will release an amazing EP by Nachtbraker and do a next Detroit Swindle remix EP with remixes on tracks from their debut album 'Boxed Out' that we released in March this year.
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