A few months have gone by since Kalymas smash hit Sacrosanct and at this point we would have loved to announce our new Solide edition, but unfortunately youll have to wait a little longer for the forthcoming vinyl. This may seem like bad news at first, but it isnt as we came up with an idea to maintain the output of the label, while were cookinup our next spotlight product. Digital platforms provide the opportunity to release very quickly at any time we feel like feeding our community with the Solide sound. As a result each crew member produced a tune especially for this purpose; the first Solide Team Up in full effect, digital only. Making his first appearance on the label, D.Y.A produced a catchy vocal house tune in collaboration with the Montreal based singer Overnite (The Black 80s). Wether youre warming up or closing your set, Escape was made to enable smooth transitions in the dynamic range of your DJ set, without loosing energy. You can expect his forthcoming vinyl on Solide later this year. On the other hand Kalymas production contains of hypnotic synths and a equally hypnotic voice treated with interesting effects. The pumping beat of Can you reach definitely shows that Berlin has been a home to Kalyma ever since he started producing. Last but not least MYNY does not care if youre staying sober or not, but we all encourage you to listen to his contribution to the team up. On Sober Paul Brennings vocal performance is surrounded by dark synths and a melancholic piano chord progression. The decision to place those elements on top of a groovy, percussive beat, led MYNY to the accomplishment of creating a very unique vibe.