Ultramajic Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Moments of Reality is the debut album by Pilar Zeta. Released on Ultramajic, the album is a inspired by Japanese new age from the 1980s and post-modern art. Made using '90s synths, the album is a candy-pop haze which wafts between PC Music's riotous manipulations and a conceptual art refinement.
- Vinyl Double LP (LVX036)
- Coloured vinyl
Night Slugs co-founder L-Vis 1990 debuts his new material on this 12” vinyl for Utramajic. System Preferences is a restless outsider’s take on Chicago house. His Dance System moniker is a chance for him to explore high-tech variations on dance music. Mechanistic kickdrums are combined with sharp synthesizers and glossy samples.
Jimmy Edgar’s Detroit sound lands at last on the Ultramajic label with this fully loaded 12” EP. Let Me Tell You has four tracks of weight house music dancefloor tools, enough to really make an impact. Over the span of the disc, Edgar actually shows off a few different aspects to his house style, keeping it fresh from track to track.
Lando presents five pulsating tracks of deeply-into-it silky house on the Ultramajic label. The pieces on Stunts present a flawless surface of dance bliss, with low-riding basslines propelling the melody and distant traces of soul vocals hovering above the flow. 12” vinyl EP, ready for both DJ and club consumption.