After being name Best Breakthrough Label during DJ Mag’s recent Best of British awards, where we celebrate the UK’s homegrown talent, Warehouse Music has announced a new three-track EP from the label's founder, Ryan Aitchison.
Aitchison, the label’s founder, will be at the helm of the label's next release, which will be a three-track EP under his real name and not his Mella Dee alias.
Aitchison's latest project will be an outlet for the more experimental, darker sounds which he’s been producing of late.
The EP’s opening track, ‘DN5’ is relentlessly percussive and hard-hitting, whilst ‘Corruption’ is laced with growling funk melodies and, finally, ‘Auxiliary’ draws the EP to a close with a cut of dark electro.
WM004 is set to be pressed to white vinyl with a bespoke hand-stamp design of the infamous Doncaster Warehouse.
Check out all three tracks below ahead of the EP's release next month. Pre-order the record here.
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