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One year ago we launched the first instalment of our V/A series Suprematism, and the time has finally come to bring you volume 02, our final release for 2017. Once again, 10 exclusive tracks from both label regulars and newcomers. This is sexy, deep and melodic electronic music at its finest.

Kicking things off are newcomers Feral Sin (AKA Trummerschlunk & David Minor) with their brilliant and twisted opener “Meander With Pope”. Next up, we are very proud to welcome Vincent to the Supremus family. Having recently caused a stir on Beatport with his techno smash “How I Feel” (Klockworks), here he shows us his sexier, disco-ey side with “Get Up”. Next, time to welcome Finnish producer Juha Moisala AKA SMOK (Toolroom, Salted) with the hypnotic, yet bouncy “Hurt”. Next, this man need no introduction: Hollis P. Monroe AKA 1/2 of the Black 80s collaborates with Canadian singer Soph-eye Richard for “Soul Unite”, a catchy song with a killer groove and lethal breakdown. Next, another explosive collaboration, this time between Italian producer Andrea Rais and our own Giom, simply called “Discotheque”. This one, well, we’ll let you try it out and get back to us… Next up, having already been tried and tested on many dance-floors for most of the year, is Giom’s remix of Kadija Kamara’s “Eyes On You” (vocal mix and instrumental both included). Next up is the return of Mathew Anderson with “Kangaroo”, a quirky and jackin’ technoïd adventure, closely followed by “Lindavista”, a stunning minimal techno track by the master of production Eddie Spettro. Finally, our new favourite producer Paul2Paul closes off the album with another magical track, the Dallas Street.

DJ Feedback

Joris Voorn – Downloaded, thanx.
Joyce Muniz – Thanks for the lovely music
Claptone – DL FOR CLAPTONE (***** )
Acid Pauli – :-):-)
Love Over Entropy – Nice selection on the techy side of house.
Pezzner – So much warmth on this release. Fantastic work
Fred Everything – Thanks, will play Discotheque! The rest is also great but maybe not what I’m playing at the moment. I have to say big congrats on how to run a label. Great visual and musical identity and great online presence. And much props on getting new artists on board. That’s not an easy task.
Oliver Schories – Cool stuff, thanks for sending
Animal Trainer – Discotheque and instrumental version of Eyes On You are great!
Marc Poppcke – Great compilation of tracks. Thanks for sending!
Claude Von Stroke – Downloading for CVS
Bill Brewster – Some nice stuff on here, the best of which is Discotheque.
Da Sunlounge – Great tracks and remixes here. Thanks for sending.