The Berlin-based Brit's new label kicks off with his own four-tracker due out in April.
Ed Davenport will launch a new label called Counterchange in April.
His new label comes after a notably creative 2012, where the British Berliner—known for his solo work on labels like NRK Sound Division and collaborative tracks with Oliver Deutschmann—struck out in a heavily atmospheric direction on his Inland EP for Falkplatz. After a pair of white-label EPs stamped as Counterchange Part 1 and 2, Davenport will kick off the label with his own four-track EP called Solstice. The EP finds the producer continuing to pair techno's groove with contemplative synth-based textures. Future releases from the label will showcase Davenport and others, with an A&R policy taking in techno and house plus sounds from further out on the electronic music spectrum.
A2 Solstice (Lost)
Counterchange will release Solstice on April 29th, 2013.