Since 2015, Burnski and Jon Woodall’s Constant Sound has established itself as an underground favourite. It's focussed on blurring the boundaries between house groove and the powerful drive and dynamism of techno, and output ranges from trippy and electronic to minimal and spine tingling and always looks forwards. Artists like Steve O’Sullivan, Mandar and Cab Drivers have offered up slick drum programming, well crafted synths and spaced out groove fluidity that has made its way into plenty of high profile sets and record bags.
Importantly, Constant Sound is a family with its own distinguished yet well defined aesthetic. For that reason, the label has curated various parties around Berlin, Leeds, Ibiza and Manchester with core label artists and sonically related guests. They are a showcase of the seductive, stripped back Constant Sound vibe, and never fail to make a notable mark.
For deeper, more minimal material, Constant Black was born. The sub label’s every release has hit the top spot of the Best Sellers charts and have always sold out in quick time. Michael James, Noha and Constant (aka Burnski and Jon) have been behind the first few vinyl-only releases, and there is plenty more to come from this ever more essential outlet.