Seemingly adept at any style he cares to turn his hand to, Mosca has been closely tied to a number of labels.
The producer's inspiration neo-garage cut 'Bax' was released on Numbers, with Mosca attracting a flurry of attention since then.
Now the London based artist has decided to open up shop himself. The producer is set to helm new imprint Not So Much, as he explains in a press note:
"I’d been thinking about starting a label for a few years but it never really seemed like it could work. Nowadays there’s more coherence in my productions it seems like the right time. I’ll be releasing music from other artists as well my own stuff – underground house, techno and the rest, stuff with darkness and sexiness. Hopefully it’s music that will speak to (somebody’s) heart as well as their feet."
Mosca will spearhead the label himself, releasing the inaugural Not So Much cut on April 12th.
Stream clips of 'Suckle (Twenties)' b/w 'Vinny (Flamingo)' below:
Check out an archive interview with Mosca HERE.