It’s been a year since South London imprint No Bad Days stormed onto the scene with their inaugural release. The label, party and radio show, headed up by Church and Coastal Haze family member, Hollick, and Boiler Room’s Gabriel Szatan, operate a “floaty yet punchy” music policy. From Italo disco to ambient experimental leanings, this year we’ve been blessed with EPs from Roberto, Donald Dust, Rhythm Section’s Z Lovecraft and most recently, The Gardener. So what’s next on the agenda you ask?
A new edit-orientated sister label, that’s what. Coming full circle, No Bad Edits launches with three tracks from Polish producer and DJ Møzaika. The Poznan native helped kick start No Bad Days last July, under his former moniker Selvy, and set the standard for releases to come.
For this debut instalment Møzaika chops and re-imagines motifs from a little known New Age cassette, crafting cuts that put you on a pathway to mellow paradise. Today we premiere B-Side opener ‘Cave’, which caught our ear with it’s melodic raindrop clinks and colourful gliding synths. Harking back to the 1980s, there are nods to italo laced with video game flavours, which perpetuate the playful and vibrant essence that No Bad Days have nurtured since their inception.
No Bad Edits is out 4th August – buy from Lobster Records.