The seventh volume of Roberto’s Fossil Archive imprint, a UK label synonymous with quality over quantity is set for release this autumn.
As we move into the tail end of 2017 we look back on another busy year for Roberto and the label. Key highlights have been playing alongside Regis and Kobosil at fabric in January, the Fossil Archive “Label Mates” feature on B.Trait’s BBC Radio 1 show in February, the release of FAUK006 in March; a collaborative effort alongside Fachwerk’s Roman Lindau, a host of DJ gigs through the summer with particular mentions for Roberto’s closing set on the Forest Stage after Boddika at One Tribe Festival in August and most recently his triumphant return to Tresor, Berlin just a couple of weeks ago.
Moving on, the new release features two more tight cuts from Roberto himself with the bass-rumbling, metallic ‘Pecten’ on the A-side and the directional, driving ‘Gibbus’ on the B-side. Which also means that audiophiles will be pleased to hear that Roberto has put sound quality at the forefront once again, with one 45rpm track per side so the vinyl is cut to its highest potential.