Tag Archive: aim

Flori, Foldings

The Aim label seems like a natural match for Flori’s sound — his take on deep house is usually subtle and prizes sound design over giant hooks.

Christopher Rau, In the Water

Staying fairly true to his habit of making better singles than albums, Christopher Rau’s final 12″ for 2012 shows off some of his less common facets.

Moomin, She Said She Won’t Be That Long Away

She Said She Won’t Be That Long Away, Moomin’s first solo release for the Aim imprint makes the case for his quiet consistency.

Talking Shopcast with Aim

LWE simply had to learn more by chatting with Tristen (with input from Aim’s graphic designer, Jan Kristof Lipp), who explained the label’s conceptual framework, its visual approach, and where the new X series fits into the imprint’s aesthetic remit. Tristen also contributed Talking Shopcast 16, a deeply hypnotic hour of house which goes a long way in explaining how his taste extrapolates into Aim’s particular sound.

Oliver Deutschmann, Darkroom Tales

Aim departs from its recently established house sound with Darkroom Tales, Oliver Deutschmann’s sophomore record for the imprint.

OCP, Delta City

The Analogue Cops make their Aim debut under the OCP guise, gently tailoring their hard edged analog sound to fit their new digs.

Various Artists, Sun Avenue

Sun Avenue compiles tracks by prior contributors and new faces alike, and solidly furthers Aim’s aesthetic.

Moomin, Spare Time

For Spare Time, Moomin’s first solo effort, he returns to Aim with two deep, low-key originals that are paired with a churning, spaced-out edit by Marvin Dash.