This is Chi Recordings calling on to raise the arms and cross them to form an X overhead. Dare to connect hungry lips on the gently snipped chakra of ever-floating tunes, and slurp the guts of it. Magic vibrations called out for a place, where resonation is not muted by the noisy highway of the mainstream. What a luck we have devilish taste for music, and the oracle's genious on foreseeing how to avoid being banal. It has been a decade since Chi Recordings opened a genre free source where audio-hikers could always stop for sniff a bit of ambient, have a nip of techno or breakbeat, might as well fill their packs with dubby, housy, you name it substance... While we are clapping our own backs, because of many goals exceeded, we also retrospect on all the twisted releases we've made, devotees we've gained, remarkable producers we've come across, and on how our vision could make it through to others across lands. So happy we are... Let us initiate the forthcoming ten years with a range of delicacies that are going to be released one after another in the following months. On this first EP Modul is baring teeth at you with a nasty bassheavy hiphop madness. He's a slick vet, precise as a samurai, and hell of a scratcher, and more than that. But how would you describe more an all-round guru? The beats are here to speak for him. May Kadoodie is something really stiff that has just slipped out of him. Both Headshotboyz guys are prepared to pull their funk-motorized wonky revolver in a crack, and though it may sound broken, they shoot right in the middle of whatever it's aimed at. These genre-hater rebels are unstoppably making their ways through labels, they get plays by Chris James, Kyle Watson, or pick Mount Kimbie to remix for... Mongoose may look as a modest rookie just arising in the electronic music scene. Don't judge too early though: he's a nasty flyboy, as a matter of fact, knowing exactly that staying in line will not earn much for him. He grabs the whole inventory of glitch and hip-hop, and squeeze them off limit. This one is the Mongoose reading of Huncut Hacuka (the original track by Fine Cut Bodies), the track that Simian Mobile Disco used on their Fabric mix. Check and stop chewing upon why he made official remixes for The Quemist, Soulforce, and Ward21.