Review: Seppuku is a new label to 2014 with its first releases so far coming from two artists in Archane and Australia's Deepchild. This fifth release sees the label put out their first various artists EP; joining the label's regular two is Ashworth & Aggborough who contributed a remix to Archane's mini-LP Rooms Without Walls. Here the duo deliver the track "Fern" which sounds like the night time movements of an indoor glass house that's been frozen, while Archane's "American Idols" is similarly cold, only with more percussive knocks and lost vocals added. Deepchild doesn't heat things up either, instead injecting more cold bursts of breathy, ambient textures in to the EP with his contribution. Cold and lonely, but enjoyable listening.
Review: Deepchild tracks "Fire" and "Backroom" had such an effect on fellow Trapez artists that the label issued a remix package of the two songs from the imprint's supporting cast. Autodeep turn "Fire" into an ice cool piece of deep house whilst Leeks, Salz, Dopamine and Kink bring their own interpretations of "Backroom".