BNJMN, Noface and House Of Black Lanterns provide the first three releases.
As Crème boss DJ TRL explains, the new sub-label “was called into existence to expand the bandwidth of Crème Organization into a more ominous, techno, breakbeat, bass and dare we say ‘bigroom’ oriented area without diluting the already overcrowded bunks of the mothership any further.”
Jericho One isn’t the first sub-label of Crème. In 2013 TLR set up R-Zone as a platform for artists to release their productions anonymously, though TLR explains that Jericho One is not an extension of R-Zone, but that there might be some overlap in sounds.
The first three releases are already mapped out, with BNJMN, Noface and House of Black Lanterns all providing 12″s to the label in September, October and November respectively. You can listen to previews of each of the first three releases below. While you wait for those to arrive, revisit DJ TLR’s FACT mix.