Mexican label Ineffable pays nostalgic homage to rave with its new compilation
We talked about Ineffable a few months ago when they released its founder’s EP, Sotolo. Today, the bass music label from Mexico City is back in our columns for its new compilation.
Entitled Cut & Rearranged Vol. 1, the project brings together ten Mexican producers whose work evokes, not without a certain nostalgia, the rave spirit of the 90s and those of the “pre-covid” world. Oscillating between drum & bass, techno, club music, and breaks, the tracklisting includes the following artists: No Light, Erich Uh, Sotolo, Fheim, Juke Dealer, Omar Gaxiola, Vinil Motion, Akantal, Maurerm and Yaka. With the release comes a very nice merch bundle which has been specially developed for the occasion: tee, pins, sticker, and poster.
Our pre-release track is Eric Uh‘s “Roads of Creation”, which you can listen to at the top of the article. Between drum & bass and club music, the track opens with a blasting amen break and gives a promising foretaste of the raves of the “world of tomorrow”.
Cut & Rearranged Vol. 1, various artists, will be released on Ineffable on May 14th. Pre-order on Bandcamp.