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DJ Mag heads downtown to Faceless Recordings

There are worse things to wake up to; the sight of palm trees, and super yachts on the aqua blue horizon from our hotel room...

Barber warms up ahead of The Qube Project this weekend

Barber is a man on a mission. Producer, DJ and label boss, UK boy Barber has long been a staple in the London underground, playing...

Faceless Recordings to kick off global tour in London this Saturday

London based music label and party brand, Faceless Recordings are taking the imprint on a global tour this spring, throwing parties in London, Berlin and...

Ticket competition and podcast

Following the footsteps of Jonny Cruz, Ceri, Jon Charnis and Alex Nagshineh, DAVI heads the bill of the next Faceless night at London's Rhythm Factory...

With Alex Nagshineh

Faceless Recordings is going from strength to strength. Its recent release from Bambook, complete with remix from label boss and Jonny Cruz as disCerN, further...

Jon Charnis (Innervisions) at Rhythm Factory, London

Londoners have a rare chance to see this rising star at London's Rhythm Factory alongside Silky (My Favorite Robot), Grass Is Greener (Nurvous), Barber (OFF) and Adam Saville (DJ Mag) on Saturday 19th October.

This Friday 1600 (BST)

DJ Mag HQ Sessions returns this Friday for a live stream from the Faceless Recordings Crew.

Free guestlists for Rhythm Factory this Saturday

Faceless Recordings celebrates its recent launch with a party at East London's Rhythm Factory this Saturday.

Free Silky & Barber remix

Today sees the release of the label's first release from Mexican duo and co-label heads Climbers, 'Left Your Love'; a breezy house tune featuring the flowery vocals of Yasmine Asaiez just in time for spring.

Climbers to open Faceless Recordings with soulful house gem

When My Favorite Robot/Lucid Flow regular Silky dropped us a podcast last month, he let slip that he, Climbers and Barber were forming a new label, Faceless Recordings.Since followed a period that no doubt drew blood, sweat and tears (of joy?) in the studio, including some fortuitous A&Ring, and now evidence of the first release has surfaced.