It’s that time again, when we look back at all the amazing artwork put out by record labels in 2017. Equally as important as the music, is the sleeve that the artist chooses to encase his audio production in, adding a compelling component to the story of their work.
Berlin based label URSL records takes a nuanced take on techno as they release another exciting debut EP from fresh new talent by the name of ‘Bookwood’.
Music is not just an auditory experience. It is a multi-sensory affair which triggers all kinds of feelings and emotions throughout the body and the mind. When listening to music, we want to feel a certain way, to be transported to an entirely different place, and an album’s sleeve, can help to do that
Germany has always been a consistent platform for an innovative and engrossing techno nurturing fertile underground music scene, and Berlin-based creative mind Krink is set to cement that reputation.
Bringing the future to the present, the incredibly talented producer will take his listeners on a genre-spanning and forward thinking psycho-penetrating journey with his new “Two sides” EP to be released through URSL imprint on November 28.