The Cologne-based producer will launch a new record label next month.
German techno producer Robert Babicz has announced the launch of Babiczstyle, a new record label intended mostly for his own productions.
"I do this to have a platform with the highest possible audio quality and have a place for me and my friends to release our music," says Babicz. The jump to start a new label makes sense given his prolific rate of production—in the past, he's released as many as eight records in a year, and so far in 2010 has already put out two 12-inches and an album, Immortal Changes.
Babiczstyle will be the Cologne-based artist's second venture of this kind, following the now-defunct Shortcut Recordings, on which Babicz released a fistful of records in 2002 and 2003 under the pseudonyms Rob Acid and Ivory Audio Systems. The new label's first record will be an EP called Remote Kiss, due in shops next month.
A1. Remote Kiss
B1. The Sun
B2. Simple Feeling
Babiczstyle will release Remote Kiss on July 12th, 2010