- 1. Joy Wellboy - Mickey Remedy (Original Mix) Snippet 1.29 2711 plays
- 2. Joy Wellboy - Mickey Remedy (The Mermaid Mix) Snippet 1.30 1863 plays
- 3. Joy Wellboy - Mickey Remedy (Fur Coat Remix) Snippet 1.30 1755 plays
- 1. Snuff Crew - Lights 0.55 5200 plays
- 2. Snuff Crew - New Life ft. Rachel Row 0.45 3435 plays
- 3. Snuff Crew - Move Me 0.45 2554 plays
- 4. Snuff Crew - Let Me Be The One ft. Hard Ton 0.45 2033 plays
- 5. Snuff Crew - Jack My Heart 0.45 1836 plays
- 6. Snuff Crew - Tearing Me Away ft. Kim Ann Foxman 0.45 1612 plays
- 7. Snuff Crew - Work It Out ft. Tyree Cooper 0.45 1572 plays
- 8. Snuff Crew - What Is Electro 0.45 1478 plays
- 9. Snuff Crew - Bass 0.45 1201 plays
- 10. Snuff Crew - Joy Of Jealousy 0.45 960 plays
- 1. A1 Kiki - Sinister 3 (Snippet) 0.45 2665 plays
- 2. A2 Skinnerbox - The Alphabet ft. Aerea Negrot (Snippet) 0.45 2225 plays
- 3. B1 Mr. Statik - Bitchin' Not Snitchin (Snippet) 0.45 1526 plays
- 4. B2 Shinedoe - Romantique ft. Christina Wheeler (Rave Rework) (Snippet) 0.45 1043 plays
BPitch Control is a label in the truest sense of the word: a seal of quality. The BPC imprint is reserved for surprise parcels packed with music, style and identity. It’s the banner for a global network of friendships, creative relationships and – let’s not forget – parties. In short, BPitch Control is a strong brand for strong personalities.
A further sign of quality is emblazoned on the rear side of the label: Made in Berlin. BPitch Control is inextricably linked with the German capital and the energy released in the powerful reactions of its recent history. In 1999 Ellen Allien created an island of creativity in the centre of the city and its turbulent techno movement. This was a logical step after a series of parties, and its main initial purpose was to offer a space to fellow Berlin artists. This is where Paul Kalkbrenner, TokTok, Sascha Funke, Modeselektor and of course the label founder herself developed their unique sounds, and in some cases grew into global superstars.
In the years that followed Berlin became a global magnet for art and club culture. This had a two-way effect: the label’s artists became known well beyond the city limits, and the roster absorbed more international talent. Since the mid 2000s BPitch Control has been regarded as one of the city’s most important emblems, maintaining global friendships and relationships, organising regular showcases on several continents. Existing artists such as Kiki, AGF and Smash TV have been joined by new talent from all over the world: Telefon Tel Aviv from the USA, Chaim from Israel, Mr. Statik from Greece, Thomas Muller from France, We Love from Italy, Aérea Negrot from Venezuela, Dillon from Brazil.
In musical terms, the result is one of the most polyphonic chords ever struck by an electronic music label: techno, electronica, indie sounds, IDM, pop, beats, song writing, party! This pluralism of style stems from the unmistakeable voice of each individual act. The label’s sound is an organic environment that has evolved to cater for diversity – what matters is music that moves: bodies, spirits, emotions.
You could think of the structure in the background as a brain: extremely well linked, hypersensitive, receptive to various impulses in different regions – and not something that can simply be switched off. The close-knit team at BPitch Control is constantly thinking ahead, scouring for new ideas, taking everything in. The label has its own booking and artist agency, and lots of time and care goes into merchandise and fashion. Its visual identity, which has been developed over many years of collaboration with the designers from Pfadfinderei, has played a key role from day one. Music isn’t the only voice at BPitch Control – it’s accompanied by graphic design, video, fashion and lifestyle. The label sends a signal through every channel.
And so, from those firmly placed roots, a global family has grown, keeping its home at a focal point of this ever-changing city. For as difficult as it is to imagine BPitch Control without Berlin, nowadays it’s hard to imagine Berlin without BPitch Control. The two are the same: a piece of freedom.
Physical Distribution: Rough Trade | Digital Distribution: Finetunes