After the success of Mike’s first two releases on Suckmusic – Headlights & Tapelines – he’s back with another belter that we’re certainly feeling good about. Giddha is Mike’s first track to feature vocals and there’s a little bit of a twist as the lyrics are in Punjabi.
“I stumbled across some enchanting vocal samples from India and quickly reimagined a dance floor version which once I started workshopping came together very quickly and really kept my hips moving!” – Mount Mike

After the success of Mike’s debut release on Suckmusic – Headlights – which peaked at #5 on Beatport’s overall releases chart and hit #2 on the Deep House releases chart, we’re delighted to present his follow up track – Tapelines. This number sees the Melbourne producer take a step further in developing his own sonic voice and has been exciting dance floors around Melbourne for the past few months. Electronic Groove

“I’d been listening to a lot of Paul Ursin’s catalogue and really wanted to create something with a bit more grit and slap than my previous tracks. I started experimenting with some kooky samples and field recordings as I like to try and create the feeling of a physical place or space with my music but it wasn’t until I read a Jon Hopkins interview about the making of his new album that I had the inspiration to finish the track. The interview talked about crafting different sounds in a way that they evolve and meld together to the point where you can’t tell where one sound begins and the next sound ends so I set out to try and achieve something similar with the breakdown of this track” – Mount Mike

Suckmusic wurde 2010 in Melbourne, Australien gegründet. Das Plattenlabel hat schnell einen Ruf für seinen spannenden, innovativen Stil erworben und sich der Förderung interessanter elektronischer Musik verschrieben.

Seit 2011 veranstaltet Suckmusic Events in den angesehensten Clubs von Melbourne. Seine Labelnacht im legendären Club Revolver Upstairs packt weiterhin die Tanzfläche und geht nun in sein achtes Jahr.

Wir freuen uns, unser Opening im Cube Düsseldorf zu präsentieren und das Label in Deutschland offiziell zu launchen. Labelinhaber Nick Coleman spielt live, begleitet von Produzenten/DJs Starskie und King Brain.

Friday the 28th of September Suckmusic will be back at Revolver for a big night of festivities. Label boss Nick Coleman will be back in the house alongside Suckmusic artists Doakes & Mount Mike.

Coleman, now based in Düsseldorf will be playing live followed by a 3 hour DJ set. His latest two track release out on Suckmusic – Electronic Love & German Winter (7th of Sept) has been rocking the local clubs & Open Airs over the European summer, with support from DJ T, Joris Voorn & Loco Dice.

We also launch Doakes’ new single ‘Militia’ scheduled for release 29th of September. Doakes’ sonic palette continues to evolve with each imprint he delivers. Militia is a big track, one that we expect will feature significantly at the upcoming Aus festival season.

As always thank you for your continued support of the label and our nights at Revolver. Catch you on the dance floor.


Nick Coleman
Mount Mike

For our next release we welcome a young source of talent from the foothills of Mt Dandenong – Connor Mac. A fresh face on the label, Connor’s work is lush and melodic with a sweet spot for synthesisers. SUK063 or ‘Lost Kinship’ as he puts it is comprised of three tracks which showcase a distinct diversity to his taste.