When she's not travelling the world as a revered selector or producing club-ready cuts that are destined to make people dance, Nina Kraviz is running things over at трип, one of the freshest labels to have emerged over the last few years.
She's established an incredible roster of artists already including Barcode Population, Exos, Deniro, K-Hand, Nikita Zabelin and the music has jumped between techno, experimental and downright furious electronic music.
As if трип wasn't enough, Kraviz is launching into another adventure with GALAXIID, a sub-label that will maintain a focus on experimental, ambient and psychedelic tracks.
One of the most interesting acts that's released regularly via трип though is PTU, a duo comprising of the USSR-born Alina Izolenta and Kamil Ea. 'A Broken Clock Is Right Twice A Day' is their latest EP and the seven-track odyssey touches upon all aspects of their production set.
We've got the first play of 'Yes', a high-octane, frantic techno jam, one that twists and turns like a demonic runaway train. It's intense and should be approached with caution, but also a track that typifies just how diverse and bold трип is as a record label.
Nina Kraviz Presents GALAXIID will take place at Printworks on March 25, final tickets are available here
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