Or:la’s Céad label returns this month with its seventh release, ‘MMXXI Inferno’.
Or:la is starting a new Céad sub-label this month, Damhsa.
Damsha – meaning “dance” in Irish – will launch on 2nd October with a four-track V/A EP, featuring tracks from Stratton, Body Beat Ritual, Jay Gadian and Carlton Doom. It’s a heavy-duty collection, with each track offering a hefty dose of EBM-infused techno.
UK producer Kincaid will release his new EP, All My Things Are Broken Because I am Broke’, on Or:la’s Céad imprint this month.
Set for release on 15th April, the buoyant techno two-tracker follows EPs from Blu Terra and Lewski on the Irish producer’s label, as well as a recent charity compilation for initiatives tackling climate change.
Or:la has announced a new charity compilation on Céad, with proceeds going to initiatives tackling climate change.
The Irish DJ's label will drop the four-tracker on 15th January, with tunes from NWO, Karima F, Keplrr & Max Winter, and Liam Doc.
Money raised from sales will be given to The CFA (County Fire Authority), a volunteer and community based fire and rescue services organisation based in Victoria, Australia.
The second release on Or:la’s recently minted Céad label will come from mysterious producer, Blu Terra.