Simon Shreeve's label marks a milestone with a pair of records, both titled Deep Summer.
Deep Summer is a two-part record. A ten-minute Burial remix of "Deep Summer" appears on the first part, which is due out on Friday, July 21st, while Regis offers a version of "Regret Was Never So Sure," though a release date for that one hasn't been revealed yet.
The choice of remixers matches the range of sounds on the label and its founder. Shreeve—who frequently appeared as Kryptic Minds, a name that involved both solo material and collaborations—launched Osiris in 2006, and early on it was known as an outlet for drum & bass and dubstep. Recent years have seen the label champion techno and experimental sounds.
Shreeve was recently recruited by Tresor for a pair of Mønic EPs, including Four Sides Of Truth from last year.
Listen to samples of both "Deep Summer" and Burial's remix.
A Deep Summer
B Deep Summer (Burial Remix)
A Regret Was Never So Sure
B1 Regret Was Never So Sure (Regis Version)
B2 Forbidden Memories
Osiris Music UK will release the first part of Deep Summer on July 21st, 2017.