Published at 14/02 2017

Mircea Ivan - Supra Locus EP

Mircea Ivan - Supra Locus EP

27 02 2017



Night Light Records

For the second time on our label we have super talented Romanian artist Mircea Ivan, with two stunning pick time techno tracks. Play it loud!

Mircea Ivan
Supra / Original Mix
Mircea Ivan
Locus / Original Mix

SUPPORT FROM: Night Light Records, Fractious (Agile/Say What?/Transmit), Markantonio, Carlo Ruetz, Minitech Project, POPOF, Peppelino, Richie Santana, Ace Alvarez, Raul Mezcolanza , djetan303, Alex Mine (SCI+TEC), Arjun Vagale, D-Deck, tomy declerque, Torby Jay, Mattew Jay, georgeprivatti, Hollen, Wolf Story, Sasha Carassi, Spartaque, Richie Hawtin, Sinisa Tamamovic, marco carola, DJ Steven, popof, Listening For - Felix Da Housecat , luigi madonna, Juan Ddd, stacey pullen, Kiss FM, Mladen Tomic, Anderson Noise, Fabio Ferro , joseph capriati, Nino Bua, Dubfire, Mircea, Rosper, ALBERTH G, Paride Saraceni, Philipp Straub, 123, Grasso & Maxim, Rob Hes...

Night Light Records is the powerhouse behind a mounting stack of tracks birthed from the warped minds that exist on techno’s murkier outskirts. Based out of Banja Luka in Bosnia And Herzegovina and London in United Kingdom, Night Light has been clocking up plaudits for its roster of releases featuring the cream of the techno heartland’s throb-meisters. Vinyl and digital outings have made some serious damage on charts and online stores across Europe, and have attracted the support of DJs clamoring for bleeding edge sounds. Night Light is the brainchild of pioneering Bosnian DJ duo Sinisa Tamamovic and Mladen Tomic. As principles in the techno minimal and tech house field, their reputation was established by a clutch of darker hued tracks and well-received remixes on genre leading labels. Night Light has continued in that throbbing vein, releasing to rapidly growing success. Extending their appeal still further, off-shoot label Night Light Slow Edition presents a more easily-digestible side of techno, minimal and tech house that is set to worry the mainstream while retaining a trademark edginess to their sound that steers it left of centre.