Manjumasi’s 32nd release presents a variety of stellar reinterpretations of last year’s vinyl release ‘Instant Transmission’ from label founder atish and collaborator Vridian.
Leipzig-based artist Map.ache, known for his releases on the likes of Giegling and Circo Loco, leads the package with a groove-driven, smooth and floaty rework of ‘Touch & Go’.
Veteran Romanian producers Mihai Popovicu and Markus Homm come together on a rolling minimal gem, while Japanese artist Boys Be KKO (Atomnation, Sum Over Histories and Monaberry) has turned in his own a scintillating take, fusing a powerful groove with a a ripping and unique synth lead. The Tokyo producer even offers up a second Yanagi edit, focusing on the deeper side of the groove and textures.
iO Mulen takes things in his own a unique direction with a breakbeat-infused remix that mixes throwback elements with edgy modern sound design. Finally, Indian producer Kohra wraps up the package with a late night interpretation, dark and dub-infused with molten metallic textures.
Listen to the full release below!