Rolando to Inaugurate New Label with Three-Track EP
- Words: Glenn Jackson
A former member of Detroit's fabled Underground Resistance collective, Rolando has announced the launching of a new imprint, Roland Rocha Records, or R3 for short. Now based in Edinburgh, Scotland, the techno veteran has launched R3 with the goal of allowing for more "artistic freedom to put music out in the right context, [with] the right timing, and [to maintain] the ultimate control of his own work." As such, the label's inaugural release will come in the form of the Juu EP, which boasts three new Rolando productions—"Juu," "Non," and "Time Adjustment."
Before the upcoming EP officially launches R3 on April 28, two of the effort's productions have been included on Rolando's latest mix, which appeared on the French web magazine Trax late last month. That mix, including "Time Adjustment" and "Juu," can be heard via the player below, where the artwork for the Juu EP has also been included.
01 Spencer Parker – Spacial (Answer Code Request loop mix) – Work Them Records
02 Random Audio – Outer Space Division - Belief System
03 Spencer Parker – Spacial (Answer Code Request remix) – Work Them Records
04 Ishtar – Aril Brikha (Deep’a & Biri remix) – Black Crow
05 Konplott – Fixed – Be As One
06 Stephen Brown – Medusa (Don Williams remix) – Technorama
07 Deniro – Bobcat – Tape Records
08 Rolando – Time Adjustment – R3
09 Miss Sunshine – Drifter – Coincidence
10 Grg – Wisdom – ???
11 Unbalance – Voice Dub (Rolando remix) – Rebalance
12 Aaardvark – Plus Det – Skudge
13 Josh Wink – Are You There (Harry Romero remix) – Ovum
14 Heron – The Wave – ???
15 Robert Hood – Untitled (Mark Broom edit) – M Plant
16 Rolando – Juu - R3
17 The VS Theme – Echoplex – IMF
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