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Hector is collaborating with Nicole Moudaber for the first EP on his new label

The tracks will be available on VLack early next year

  • Daisy Ainsworth
  • 11 December 2017

Hector has announced the release of his new techno-inspired label VLack.

The first EP, 'Retrosaw', will be a three-part collaboration with powerhouse Nicole Moudaber.

Available from January 15, the release features 'Retrosaw Dub', a sub and bass-heavy cut with subtle percussion. ‘Retrosaw 2’ is all moody synths and hi-hats, while final track 'Busted' is loaded with distorted mechanical sounds.

Talking about his new label, Hector said: “I remember Craig Richards would come into the store, and play some of the most diverse vinyl we could find. It was always a challenge to dig out the experimental stuff ready for him to test out at Fabric and he would play them in such a special way.

"Now is the time for new challenges. My mind is open, and I am finding myself experimenting with sounds I was exposed to in my earlier DJ career and I am inspired by this. I’m ready. Now is the time for VLack.”

Listen to snippets of the EP below.

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