Bjarki

I Wanna Go Home

Bjarki Records

BJARKI001

Bjarki

I Wanna Go Home

Bjarki Records

BJARKI001

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ARTIST
Bjarki
TITLE
I Wanna Go Home
LABEL
Bjarki Records
CAT NO.
BJARKI001
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 25/02/2022 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Techno
FEATURING
Bjarki
ASSETS
MISC.
180grm Vinyl

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. I Wanna Go Home
  2. A2. Woo!
  3. B1. Electric ppl
  4. B2. Toilet Rush

SALES NOTES

A new hub solely for the Icelandic talent’s unreleased material, BJARKI will also serve as a platform to launch a wealth of forthcoming audiovisual projects in the coming months, with the label logo designed by Paul Nicholson, NUMBER 3, and all artwork designed by Thomas Harrington Rawle - the creative behind the Care More project. Operating and creating its own storyline with every release, intertwining projects between Harrington Rawle and Bjarki across various mediums, the imprint will also drop a series of offshoot white label releases while being reactive and unveiling random drops across its upcoming schedule. Delivering his first solo release since ‘Oli Gumm’ on трип in 2018, late-February marks the first release on the new label as he unveils his four-track ‘I Wanna Go Home’ EP.

“I want to share more of my unreleased works, especially the tracks that I have created specifically for parties in each city I play. People impact my work a lot, and I would like to share this music directly before or after the show. I don’t see any other way than to set up my own channel or label where I can share all these ideas. Next year will be a lot about sharing stuff and being in direct contact with the audience.” - Bjarki

Opening the label with authority, ‘I Wanna Go Home’ welcomes a quartet of cuts showcasing the genre-spanning polymath at his best, delivering a medley of serious yet playful productions which arc back to previous material while also looking ahead to the future. A creative force with an unrelenting swathe of experimental ideas, influences and directions, this new eponymous imprint looks set to home some of Bjarki’s finest and most unpredictable material to date.

Published: 24th January 2022

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