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New techno label ‘Rhythm Inverted’ for up and coming techno talents launched by Tom Hades

On Monday Arpil 7th a brand new label has hit the charts under the name Rhythm Inverted. This digital sub label will be the younger brother of Tom’s parent label Rhythm Converted.  A selection of new and established talents get an opportunity to release their first tracks in the musical family of Rhythm Converted. It’s up to Mintech and Q’hey to kick off the first release with their ‘Borderline’ EP.

Tom Hades about Rhythm Inverted: “I have created this sub label due to all the great promo’s that I receive from producers who still need some time to grow in their productions. I want to generate exposure for them so that they can receive feedback from other artists which will help them to grow further in their music career. Rhythm Inverted will be the portal to the big audience and a fundament to release on Rhythm Converted in the future when the productions are stronger. ”
The first release on Rhythm Inverted is the 4-track EP ‘Borderline’. A collaboration by the Napolitan Mintech and Japanese legend Q’hey. Italy’s force meets Japan’s intelligence and the result is simply amazing, leading to the creation of four techno weapons that can fit to any set time on any dance floor.

Mintech about the upcoming release: “The songs are really suited for today’s dance floors. A fat groove with synth electronics accompanied by some raw percussions and fresh vocals. It has been produced for the love and passion that we both have for our techno scenes, all melted in 2 styles: Made in Italy & Japan.”

Q’hey looks back on the collaboration: “It felt easy and difficult. You don’t need to do everything by yourself, but you have to think about what the other one is thinking. Producing an original or remix is easier because you just can do what you want. Collaboration is conversation.”

Mintech & Q’hey’s ‘Borderline EP’ is out now. Available at your favorite digital retailer and streamable on Spotify and Deezer.

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