The new platform will release music from dBridge, Fis and more.
Consequence has started a new label called Etcht.
According to the website, Cam McLaren's latest project is both a record label and a "sound design house." The Londoner was once a prominent purveyor of the Autonomic sound in drum & bass, and Etcht's future releases will reportedly come from many of the figures in that community, like dBridge and Jon Convex. Other producers slated to appear on the label include recent Breaking Through star FIS, Joe Seven, and newcomers Cam Chorder and Disappear Here. While there are no concrete details about the imprint's first actual release, an example Etcht sound library is up for preview on SoundCloud.