At least in a way that is shielded from the coherence of the most significant and encouraging developments in European underground electronic music in years.
The imprint operates quickly and quietly, releasing singles and EPs on limited-run digital (but not always). Replete with mysterious stamped labels, some of which are already quite rare.
Come for the label existing in the first place. Mixing classics with some fresh productions, though, does give the label's output a sense of uniformity.
Every different tone, every side note and personal intervention in a sentence you are actively embedding some content into a space, and excluding some other.