With the release of Kurt Baggaley’s “Winterland” EP, Chapter 24 Records entered the world of wax for the first time. For their next story in sound, the music label revises this wonderful EP, including two Editions from Patlac and Peter Dundov, with a release in digital format.

Kurt Baggaley has evolved his productions into a unique and personal sound since his early days as the Electro artist Scape One. With the release of his huge “Former Self” EP on the SoHaSo imprint, he put himself on the map, receiving support from Dixon and Michael Mayer. The EP was quickly followed up with his debut release on Chapter 24 a few months later with his “Spiral” EP. Kurt Baggaley continues this momentum with “Winterland”.

The EP has been in the hands of a chosen few since last summer, and has already been played by Âme, Solomun and H.O.S.H. at some of the world’s biggest festivals. Although initially released on vinyl only, the Patlac Edition was the number one most charted track on Resident Advisor in February, picking up Pete Tong support along the way.

Patlac takes the reins for the first Edition. With original releases on liebe*detail and Soulfooled and remixes for Pets Recordings, Noir and Musik Gewinnt Freunde, his music possesses an empathy for time, people and place. Retaining some of the disco influence of the original, this sensitive and thoughtful approach results in an energetic Edition driven by pushing rhythms and deep, powerful grooves, but also with a refined sense of harmony and melody.

The “Winterland” EP will be released April 22 via Chapter 24 Records.

Photo credit Patlac: Marc C. Fischer.