The Livity Sound duo kick off a new phase for the label with a two-track 12″.

Following a breakthrough 2013 which saw it awarded second place in FACT’s 10 best record labels of 2013, Livity Sound took a more low-key approach last year. Opening up its discography to a cast of producers including Tessela, MMM and A Made Up Sound, label heads Peverelist, Kowton and Asusu put new collaborative material on hold and released a series of remix 12″s instead.

With all those collected in the Livity Sound Remixes compilation, reviewed by FACT’s Angus Finlayson last year, the trio have original material at the top of the agenda once again. The label’s first release of the year is due on March 16, and sees Pev & Kowton team up for the first time since 2013’s ‘End Point’/’Vapours’ 12″. Available to preview below, the ‘Signal 3’/’Low Strobe’ single sees the duo take their broken UK techno sound into sleeker, more driving territory.



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