Serkal returns to the global electronic music scene with its signature style of dark and intelligent four on the floor array of content . The new blood of deep tech, minimal, tech house and techno producers display quality work and honor the label with grimy, stripped back, and tough songs catering to the afterhours scene . Veteran producers of the label provide a new approach to Serkal's release content with melodic, slow ... but driving beats that will be new to the repertoire of the brand . New Artists joining the crew include : Everdom & Shelo who have been a 'Bad Influence' on our new release in the best possible way and in Serkal style with percussive filth and dark thumping audio. Cristiano Cellu offers a familiar but exclusive 'Perspective' on slow techno to drive us forward but allow us to enjoy the ride while doing so. Ray Zuniga joins the Serkal family along with Karretero, CL-ljud, Bizen Lopez, Raul Facio who has been destroying it (in the best possible way) on the scene and showing great production skill, Blond:ish graces us with 'DMT' and displays a Serkal style side of the duo's broad and diverse sound, and to honor Brooklyn ... Dave Rosario's bushwhick warehouse, big room shaking and illegal (to the normality of Serkal's previous 68 releases) remix of Indie Rock Band Jaded Lover's Time Enough providing the label's 1st Vocal track and blatantly defies what some would consider Serkal's sound and or rules... If rules were ever in place to begin with that is.