"Amusingly, Apparel Music is marketing mystery producer Apparel Wax as "the vinyl-faced artist who tears dancefloors apart" Juno Records
"If you’re not familiar with the ethos behind London based Apparel Music then take a look at their logo. “The two dogs in our logo are the yin and yang, day and night, good and bad, the contrast generated by everything... but above all love.” Pouring nothing but love into his label is Giuseppe D'Alessandro - aka Kisk – a beatsmith from Milan who promises to take jazz with him wherever he goes."
cit. Fabric, London
“Deep”, perhaps the word most associated with the career of Fred P, and for once, an accurate portrayal. Eleven albums, innumerable releases and decades of Djing into his career, the New York-turned-Berlin resident continues to push further into his own sound, craft, and mind.
Next up in the “Apparel Music Limited” series is Loure with a 4 track EP which also includes a remix by Saine. The name of this work by the Aussie is “Smooth Talk” and it contains all the stylistic elements that make the Melbournian one of the most talented in the scene at the moment. Mixmag, Delicieuse Musique and Les Yeux Orange premieres in march.
Mangabey hails from France, but this release on Apparel could have come from Detroit or New York. On the title track, he mines jazz and soul influences to deliver a groove laden down with cosmic keys and vocal utterances...
SCHiLLiNG has been looking for a sound of his own since he was 4. As the journey continued he found himself in versatility of music, as a chance to express all his nuances as an artist, and he found a warm place to express his concept in Apparel Music's family.
So let's go for the history lesson… It's been a remarkable Road that Kompakt veterans Anton Kubikov and Maxim Miluytenko have travelled since embarking as Moscow's most endearing Minimal- Techno/house act SCSI-9.