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Hotflush was launched by Paul Rose aka Scuba in 2003 with debut releases from artists including Distance, Boxcutter and Toasty helping to establish the label as a noted platform for musical innovation. Visionary figures like Untold and Shackleton made early turns on the label with vital tracks like “Just For You” and “Massacre”, while Joy Orbison’s “Hyph Mngo” was not only a massive dancefloor hit but also launched the career of one of the UK’s most renowned producers.

Over the years Hotflush has proved an consistent incubator of talent, with Mount Kimbie, George FitzGerald, and Sigha amongst others developing on the label's roster, as well as releasing acclaimed albums from the likes of Jimmy Edgar and Sepalcure. And then of course there’s Scuba whose three full-lengths released on the label, A Mutual Antipathy, Triangulation and Personality, have been among the past decade’s most inventive dance LPs.

Hotflush   Hotflush Recordings, London, Britain (UK)

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