The Connencticut-based label was established by Edward McKeithen (a.k.a. Jus-Ed) in the mid-noughties. A home for deep house producers, the imprint has since put out records by everyone from Nina Kraviz to DJ Qu, Dana Ruh, Smallpeople, and Anton Zap.
In a recent Facebook post, McKeithen announced that he will release a new full-length early in 2017—Transition Album, a triple pack that he describes as telling the story of how he moved his "family from Bridgeport to Berlin." In addition to that, he will also release a techno-themed double pack compilation, entitled Jus-Nomaly 2.
Transition Album and Jus-Nomaly 2 are both expected to drop in 2017. Stream snippets from both releases below, which will be available to purchase from the Underground Quality store.