We reached our 10th anniversary and released three stunning EPs, from artists such as Kylmyys, My Panda Shall Fly and Isolated Lines, two dancefloor-oriented various artists compilations Remodeled and Reworked Vol. 1 and Remodeled and Reworked Vol. 2 and a strong single off the highly anticipated Larytta second album Jura to be released next february.Our website just got a beautiful lifting. We invite you to visit and take a look to our download and media section for free tracks and to see new music videos of your favorite artists. Next year is set to be an extremely busy one for the label with a steady string of releases already lined up which we truly believe in. 2015’s releases will include brand new materials from Larytta, Julien Aubert, our new signee Verveine and more to be announced!
26th November 2014
“They don’t belong to the same song”, as the lyrics say. Everything surrounding them fits that paradigm. The attitude of one seemingly answers to a set of moral principles, while that of other appears amoral.
They both engage in and suffer from societal habits: consumption, violence, politeness, anxieties, punishment, rebellion, consciousness… However, the formal features of their respective universes start spilling over into one another. Their behaviors are therefore not dictated by a model, nor are they entirely the fruit of their own choosing. Rather, they are a consequence of their environment, and as such could be described as parametric.
The ideologies with which the characters correlate are a way for them to structure their daily routine – the remaining question being: Why is it so damn important to own a digital alarm clock and an analog watch, instead of the opposite?
15th September 2014
Jura, the sophomore full-length from the Swiss duo Larytta, is a galvanizing synthesis of essential grooves and effervescent melodies. It took years to finish the record!
The album is full of clever and tasteful references: Africa, the Middle East, the dusty Western 70s and “the white lines” 80s, all shine through at different points of this sonic journey. The production is chunky, juicy, warm and analog. The lyrics are witty and even sometimes downright funny. The song titles testify to this fact: Osama Obama, Love Love Banana, Broken Leg Theory, Les Bambous – come on!
15th September 2014
With the Stride 12″, Isolated Lines lays down another thick slab of contemporary and modern dance music. Swiss producer plays with the rhythmic dynamics of techno, striking a balance between avant-garde and accessible. Building cycles of beats at a constant speed and embracing difficult musical concepts.
Isolated Lines keeps venturing into new challenges and shapes its breadth sound by pursuing a fusion of quantum drum parts and traditions through highly textured musicscapes, balancing strong rhythmics throughout and solid dancefloor beats.
24th March 2014
2014 marks two tremendous occasions: the 40th addition to our catalogue as well as the 10 year anniversary of the inception of CREAKED RECORDS. Leo Wannaz founded the label in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2004 and ever since has cultivated a diverse & eclectic back catalogue.
Ready for a new decade, the label has a brand new logo designed and created by Maximage.
To celebrate this eargasmic milestone CREAKED RECORDS is releasing 2 compilation albums showcasing a phantasmagorical retrospective journey. The compilation albums also feature several unreleased treasures from Starting Teeth, My Panda Shall Fly, OY, Larytta, Isolated Lines & Kylmyys. We welcome you to join us as we celebrate this momentous milestone!
VARIOUS ARTISTS Remodeled and Reworked Vol. 1
VARIOUS ARTISTS Remodeled and Reworked Vol. 2
24th March 2014
Having just made a colorful appearance on Creaked Records freshly released remix compilations albums, Sri Lankan Londoner Suren Seneviratne also known as My Panda Shall Fly strikes again. He reveals his debut EP on the label with the 4-track No Secrets, a meticulous exploration into the unusual time-signature territory, laden with his signature sound of bleeps, bloops and blurps.
The complex tapestry of sound and whispering lullabies of My Panda Shall Fly weaves within the leftfield frameworks will have you eager for repeated listens, delving deeper and deeper each time, with much detail to be extracted along the way. Get ready for an ethereal.