The UK selector has revealed details of his new label, with the first 12-inch due out in April.
Mosca has started a new label called Not So Much.
The former BBC Radio One jock's playful take on house and techno has appeared on several labels, from Night Slugs to 3024 to Delsin offshoot Ann Aimee. The first release on Not So Much is a 12-inch from Mosca himself called No Splice No Playback, featuring two tracks: "Suckle (Twenties)" and "Vinny (Flamingo)."
"I'd been thinking about starting a label for a few years but it never really seemed like it could work," says Mosca. "Nowadays there's more coherence in my productions it seems like the right time. I'll be releasing music from other artists as well my own stuff-underground house, techno and the rest, stuff with darkness and sexiness. Hopefully it's music that will speak to (somebody's) heart as well as their feet."
You can stream both tracks from No Splice No Playback in full via the SoundCloud player below:
01. Suckle (Twenties)
02. Vinny (Flamingo)
Not So Much will release No Splice No Playback on April 28th, 2014.