Head honcho Michael Reinboth launched a new subsidiary label of Compost Records called Compost Disco. It’s about disco disco and nothing but disco, doesn’t matter if it’s new, old, balearic, spacey, soul, crunchy, edited or without any references. Musicwise it may or maybe not differing from several other disco-ish tunes on Compost Black Label, Drumpoet Community, Compost Records or other subsidiaries related label imprints. Since old Compost acts like Syrup or lot of recent disco-ish releases on Compost or Compost Black Label, the distinctive disco feel is here and there. Well, Michael prefers to play all kind of disco in clubs, in his radio show, his experiences, record collection, everything seems still open minded, but sometimes it just needs a new logo. If you like to know why, you are invited to discuss this any further with A&R Michael.
One other reason for launching Compost Disco is: Compost’s long term freelance graphic designer Benjamin Roeder, who designed lot of covers, CDs, 12inches, flyers for Compost and Black Label, came up with an definitely fantastic artwork concept for a disco label. Each Compost Disco release will coming with fully printed 12” covers, designed by Benjamin Roeder. His collages of disco related images and styles are predestined for and as a piece of art, some of them already be shown in galleries, at exhibitions or clubs. In addition to the fact that Benjamin Roeder is a respected graphic designer with an outstanding reputation in the peripherals of modern art, he is a top disco DJ and recording artist, too (check his Spectacle project on Permanent Vacation). So you can expect all the variety of disco music on Compost Disco.
Compost Disco releases have been charted by Guy J
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