Releases

Today, Nick Coleman’s hit Faces of Meth continues to be played in clubs and festivals around the world. The anthem was voted into the IntheMix Top 100 Greatest Australian Dance songs of all time and remained in the ARIA club charts for an astonishing 37 weeks, finishing at number 11 in the Top 50 Club Tracks of 2008. 2019 will see three new official remixes of the club club track plus, a promo only exclusive download link to the original stems.

A not so secret weapon for their own sets, The Market Memories main stage mix has rocked festivals and clubs over the Australian summer. This modern update delivers in every respect and has been a highlight of the MM boys sets at the Beyond the Valley and Rainbow Serpent festivals amongst others. We have never received so many requests asking for a copy of any track prior to release! You only have to check out this footage of the boys playing it for the first time at BYO to see why! https://www.facebook.com/marketmemoriesmusic/videos/220361865552011/

Holmes John is on fire at the moment, with tracks sitting in the Beatport Tech House Top 10 Charts and global support from tastemakers Fisher, Jacky, The Aston Shuffle, Mark Knight, Dom Dolla, Roger Sanchez, Yousef, Mihalis Safras, Maximono & Paul Woolford. His mix is surely going to wreak havoc across European and US festivals in the upcoming summer. This massive techno version is perfectly executed and is a testament to Holme’s exceptional production and arrangement skills.

Made In Paris has toured the US, been a Triple J Mix Up resident and has had support from techno luminaries Sven Vath, Maceo Plex and Tiga. Her remix is a darker seductive remix. The highlight of this version is the abbreviation of the main theme. It leaves the call without a response which entices the listener to follow or answer the question in another way, whilst invoking a similar mystique to that of the Coleman’s original.

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


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.


With a fascination for music, dance, and rhythm from a young age, it took Mike a few years of stealing his mother’s crockery and wooden spoons and using them to make 4 to the floor dance floor tuna before he persuaded his parents to buy him a drum kit. He played his drum kit day and night, exploring all manner of eastern time signatures and Afro-beat grooves, absorbing sounds from wherever his dial up internet would allow. He began to compose little songets, and riffage, which he recorded in his bedroom using pre-historic software from the local library. Thus began his interest in computer music and audio production. His ears began to pine for the thumping kick drums he overheard on his sister’s Ministry of Sound Annual CD, and upon delving into what exactly made this enticing noise, he discovered Ableton Live. Now based in Melbourne, Mount Mike has been hard at work for a number of years honing his skills as a producer, and is ready to reveal what he has been working on.


Just An Animal & Turn Into Something were originally to be released as singles on EP3 and EP4 respectively. The decision to pair the two together was made as the band had realised a theme in both lyric and sound that could be presented as a thorough two part reflection of the human experience. Williams’ lyrical inspiration draws from Renaissance art to the domestic life & animal instinct and is poetic and modest in its delivery. The bands emphatic pursuit of a unique sonic palette feels near complete with the addition of acoustic guitar to their sound as they continue to develop a rich organic and electronic blend of acoustic and synthesised instruments.