DiN

The DiN label, established in 1999, is an electronic music label which has over 70 releases, available in both physical and download formats. It was set up by Boddy to release ambient electronica that bridged the gap between the analogue sound of the early 70’s synth pioneers and the digital soundscapes of the more experimental modern exponents of electronic music. As well as releasing several of his own solo albums, the label have also worked with artists such as Robert Rich, Erik Wøllo, Markus Reuter, Tetsu Inoue, Node and Mark Shreeve (as ARC) as well as many collaborations. Alongside running DiN, Boddy has toured the world, performing his own brand of electronic music and playing extensively in the UK, Germany, Netherlands and America.

The DiN catalogue is available for sale direct from the DiN Bandcamp store.

 

Latest Releases:

Various Artists Tone Science Module No.2 Elements and Particles DiN:TS02
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This second compilation “Module No.2 Elements and Particles”, like its predecessor, features nine artists from different musical backgrounds with the common thread being that all the tracks were composed entirely with a modular synth system.

 

Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell Dystopia DiN56
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Track titles such as “Cipher”, “Mutagen” and “Devoid” as well as the album title leaves one in no doubt that you are entering a dark and foreboding sound world. Seeming to inhabit a netherworld between dark electronica and progressive synth these two musicians have once again created an album that just doesn’t sound like anyone else out there. Join them for a unique sonic adventure.

 

Various | Submission 02 |  DiNDDL20
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DiNDDL releases are digital only albums that are being presented alongside the physical CD releases of the parent DiN label. As such DiNDDL is following the path set by it’s parent label in that every tenth release will be a sampler compilation album showcasing the previous nine albums. Thus Submission 02 is the second such sampler release and features one track (or in some cases an edit) from each of the DiNDDL11 – 19 titles. Artists featured on this compilation are Ian Boddy, Lyonel Bauchet, Erik Wøllo, ARC & Markus Reuter. Five of the tracks are taken from concerts performed by a selection of these artists.

By releasing music on the DiNDDL sub-label it is possible for DiN to continue to present a wider range of electronic music titles that supplement and compliment it’s core label physical releases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Node Node Live DiN55
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Node Live captures the legendary synth supergroup performing a rare concert at the royal College of Music in 2015. Containing huge pulsating walls of analogue warmth that rise from a whisper to a mind numbing crescendo of noise at the whim of the performers, Node Live includes edits of four tracks from the concert as well as a bonus piece recorded at the groups rehearsal for the event.

 

Various Artists Tone Science Module No.1 Structure and Forces DiN:TS01
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A new sub-label from DiN created to feature artists and performers working in the field of modular synthesis. The first release “Module No.1 Structure and Forces” is a compilation album featuring nine artists from different musical backgrounds with the common thread being that all the tracks were composed entirely with a modular synth system.

 

Ian Boddy & Erik Wøllo Meridian DiN54
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“Meridian” is the third collaborative project between DiN label boss Ian Boddy & renowned Norwegian composer & guitarist Erik Wøllo. Their previous two projects were the duos debut release,“Frontiers” (DiN39), followed by their live performance at the Electronic Circus Festival V on “EC12” (DiNDDL16).

 

ARC Fleet DiN53
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“Fleet” (DiN53) is the seventh concert album by the duo ARC (DiN label boss Ian Boddy and Mark Shreeve). This fact alone should tell you how popular this musical partnership is in a live setting where they continue to dazzle audiences with their mix of live electronics underpinned by huge slabs of analogue sequencing.