"We want to create an imprint where artists can really let themselves go," explained Luca Saportio, one half of the Barcelona-based outfit alongside Anthony Middleton.
Designed as a creative outlet for the multitude of quality productions they've encountered while on global DJ missions, Supernature Recordings will serve as a platform for unsigned artists to get their work heard.
The first release will be from Mexico's Robbie Akbal, whose 'The Joint' drops on 26th November, backed with remixes from Wagon Repair and Tenax artist Luca Bachetti. The track is already getting rinsed by Rob Mello, Chloé, M.A.N.D.Y, Laurent Garnier and Kiki amongst others.
The following release will be from UK producer Bearweasel's 'Rouen' EP, due to be unleashed on 17th December, and cuts from Jlee & Ale R from Brazil and Costa Rican pair Koji & Kabuto are scheduled to drop soon, continuing the global theme.
All tracks will come backed with heavyweight remixes, with Chile's Pier Bucci and Solomun two of the artists already lined up for future releases.
Having risen to prominence after six years in the business with a highly original, steely techno-infused groove all their own, now Audiofly are poised to bring through a new generation of exciting global talent. Super fly indeed!
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