RELEASES

LATE NIGHT MUSIC | A BOUTIQUE RECORD LABEL

In order of most recent release

 
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LNM031 | 'APHELION' BY MIND TOURIST

10 October 2022

Late Night Music welcomes up and coming Australian producer Mind Tourist for his first EP with the label, ‘Aphelion’.


Featuring two progressive house tracks, the title track is deep and hypnotic with ethereal filtered voices, while ‘Paradox’ adds an edge of darkness over a percussive groove and melancholic tone.

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LNM030 | 'SILICON' BY JAMES BEETHAM [REMIXES]

20 September 2022

‘Silicon’ was a pivotal milestone for James Beetham, forging a unique sound and direction for the Melbourne producer/engineer and DJ.

Late Night is now proud to present a remix package for the EP, headed up by Colombian artist Golan Zocher taking a lush melodic direction for the title track.

Belarusian progressive house star Dmitry Molosh applies a darker techy edge to his remix of ‘Conjunction’, contrasting with the deep breaks interpretation of the tune from Australian artist Kazuki.

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LNM029 | 'ALLEY OF PROTONS' BY EWANRILL

30 August 2022

Late Night Music is very proud to welcome back Russian producer Ewan Rill, for his second solo EP for the label - 'Alley of Protons' - featuring two exceptional progressive house cuts.


The title track combines warm pads with just a hint of early 80s synth work, while 'Flowing Happiness' takes it a little more melancholic, but still lush and expansive - underpinned by a driving bass groove.

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LNM028 | 'WAIT' BY WOLFFRAMM [REMIXES]

9 August 2022

Australian producer Wolfframm's 'Wait' EP was an unexpected masterclass in cinematic, driving progressive house - and now we've handed over the reins for some remixes. 


James Beetham draws frenetic techy energy for his Inception Mix of 'Wait', while fellow Australian Fourthstate gives an atmospheric sheen with his breaks remix of 'Manta'.

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LNM027 | 'OBJECT' BY KAZUKI

19 July 2022

Australian producer Kazuki drops his third Late Night Music EP ‘Object', with two dubby, progressive house cuts.

The title track is underpinned by an acid bass line and heavy pads, while ‘Presence' features a driving synth groove and filtered vocals.

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LNM026 | 'EQUANIMITY' BY LIAM SIEKER [REMIXES]

June 28th, 2022

Australian producer Liam Sieker’s ‘Equanimity’ EP has been given the remix treatment for LNM026, with two contrasting progressive house tracks.

Israeli producer Magitman provides his expertise to ‘Equanimity’, with an upfront and infectious acid groove, while fellow Australian Kazuki takes ‘Sum Of All Figures’ to a spacey hypnotic mix.

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LNM025 | 'FLUIDITY' BY VARIOUS ARTISTS

June 7th, 2022

Various Artists: Ewan Rill + Connor Mac + Wolfframm + Kazuki & Beetham

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LNM024 | 'SILICON' BY JAMES BEETHAM

May 17th, 2022

Late Night Music presents Australian producer James Beetham's second EP on the imprint - 'Silicon' - featuring two gritty progressive house tracks.


The driving title track is pushed along by melancholic guitar tones, contrasting with the chaotic yet hypnotic second track, 'Conjunction'.

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LNM023 | 'SURVIVAL' BY FAZLEN [REMIXES]

April 25th, 2022

Late Night Music's label heads present two remixes of Sri Lankan producer Fazlen’s ‘Survival’ EP.

James Beetham provides a driving progressive take of ‘Survival’, while Kazuki takes ‘Amulanga‘ to a slow organic house groove.

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LNM022 | 'MOTHERSHIP' BY BRETT KELSO

April 4th, 2022

Late Night Music welcomes budding Australian producer Brett Kelso to the fold with his EP ‘Mothership’.

Across two progressive tracks with a touch of the Australian bush-techno sound, the title track features dark otherworldy vocals, while ‘Bush Tuck’ places organic sounds with a deep resonate groove.

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LNM021 | "WONDERSHOT" BY FOURTHSTATE [REMIXES]

March 9th, 2022

Australian producer Fourthstate's 'Wondershot' EP is given the remix treatment for LNM021.

UK producers Framewerk have forged two amazing pieces of music from the title track, with both a progressive breaks remix and an atmospheric reprise, while label head James Beetham converts 'Sentient' to a chunky progressive track.

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LNM020 | "WAIT" BY WOLFFRAMM

February 21st, 2022

Late Night Music welcomes Australian producer Wolfframm with his EP 'Wait'. With blissful sounds demonstrating the more uplifting side of progressive house, the 3 track EP embodies the diverse range of the label's mantra 'progressive at heart'.

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LNM019 | 'REVEAL' BY MIKE RISH [REMIXES]

February 9th, 2022

Australian producer Mike Rish’s EP ‘Reveal’ was a special release, and we’re proud to now present two new remixes.


Sri Lankan producer Noiyse Project takes ‘Reveal’ on a driving progressive journey, while fellow Melbourne producers McKeown & Bassiray push their version of ‘Killing Time’ to a serious depth, in a dark and moody breaks version.

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LNM018 | "EQUANIMITY" BY LIAM SIEKER

January 24th, 2022

Late Night Music welcomes back Melbourne, Australia producer Liam Sieker for his EP ‘Equanimity’ featuring an iconic progressive house title track, and ‘Sum Of All Figures’ – in both a progressive house and deep breaks mix.

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LNM017 | "SURVIVAL" BY FAZLEN

December 13th, 2021

Late Night Music is proud to welcome Sri Lankan producer Fazlen to the family with two unique progressive house tracks for his EP "Survival".


"Survival" is percussive and driving, pushed forward with an acid synth melody; while "Amulanga" takes a darker tone, coloured by sitar drones and distant voices chanting the Shatangayur Sukta mantra.

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LNM016 | "WONDERSHOT" BY FOURTHSTATE

November 15th, 2021

Australian producer Fourthstate returns to Late Night Music for his EP ‘Wondershot’ featuring two atmospheric progressive tracks.

A dark, pulsing bass underpins dubby, echoed textures and distant voices on ‘Wondershot’, while ‘Sentient’ takes a progressive breaks route - with a stretched and skewed vocal preaching cosmic wisdom in the breakdown.

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LNM015 | "REVEAL" BY MIKE RISH

October 18th, 2021

Late Night Music welcomes talented Melbourne producer Mike Rish to the label, with two deep techy progressive originals for LNM015 ‘Reveal’.

The EP’s title track ‘Reveal’ explores expansive melodic synths; while ‘Killing Time’ - named after a popular nightspot in Melbourne – is underpinned by a chunky tech-edged groove. Each perfect for those late night sessions.

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LNM014 | "THIS KIND" BY EWAN RILL

August 30th, 2021

We are super excited to welcome Russian producer Ewan Rill to the Late Night Music family. LNM014 features two stunning progressive tracks - 'This Kind' & 'Glide'.

Australian icon Jamie Stevens brings a tough progressive tech edge to ‘This Kind’, while Kazuki gives it a progressive breaks spin. Plus, a cerebral deep progressive version of ‘Glide’ from Melbourne Australia producers James Beetham & Liam Sieker.

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LNM013 | "EMANATION" BY JAMES BEETHAM

August 9th, 2021

Melbourne Australia producer and label founder James Beetham releases his first solo EP for Late Night Music with ‘Emanation’, traversing the science and sorcery of particle physics. Chunky progressive house cut ‘Muon’ opens the EP, while ‘Protosphere’ takes a progressive breaks direction.

Northern Ireland duo Loco & Jam bring a tough techno reimagining of Muon, while fellow Australian producer Fourthstate adds a breaks touch to the track in his remix.

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LNM012 | "SAMSARA NIRVANA" BY KAZUKI

July 12th, 2021

Australian producer and label founder Kazuki drops his second Late Night Music solo EP - exploring the cycle of reincarnation and recreation in the pursuit of en-lightenment across two expansive, progressive cuts.

Sri Lankan maestro Subandrio joins the release with a deep and heady remix of Samsara, while Melbourne producer and label co-founder James Beetham applies

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LNM011 | "ZENTICLE" BY LIAM SIEKER & JAMES BEETHAM

February 23rd, 2021

Australians Liam Sieker & James Beetham from Melbourne team up to create ‘Zenticle’ for LNM011 - a track brimming with dark energy and spacious complexity.

Plus, Robert Babicz brings his signature chunky acid sound to his mix, while Ewan Rill rounds out the release with a stripped back progressive gem.

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LNM010 | "PRECONSCIOUS" BY CONNOR MAC

February 9th, 2021

Melbourne producer Connor Mac joins Late Night Music for our tenth release, with his new track ‘Preconscious’ - a deep progressive tech cut, full of dynamic flourish.


Fourthstate provides some lush breaks for his remix, following recent success with his last release featured on John Digweed’s Transitions.

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LNM009 | "FARGONE DISTANT SOURCE" BY FOURTHSTATE

November 17th, 2020

Late Night Music is proud to present Australian producer Fourthstate's first artist EP on the label for our ninth release - Fargone | Distant Source. Fargone begins the EP, building slowly with ethereal vocals and spacey synth chords - perfect for that peak moment on the dancefloor. Distant Source continues with a strong dub-techno vibe.

Melbourne progressive icon Jamie Stevens is on board for a remix of Distant Source, overlaying his signature sound to create a driving progressive mix. Melbourne producer B-tham’s remix of Fargone adding gravitas to the bassline and Kazuki takes Distant Source to an earthy groove and breakbeat mix. Tidy switches things up with his tight liquid drum and bass edit, brimming with nervous energy.

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LNM008 | "A NIGHT IN THE WILDERNESS" BY MØNARCH

January 23rd, 2020

Late Night Music brings Melbourne-based producer Mønarch into the fold for our eighth release, with his EP A Night in the Wilderness, a cerebral journey of light and spacious beats.

Beginning with an ambient introduction on The Woods to set the scene, producer Dean Elliott soon moves into a reserved, deep progressive piece with Lunar Howling - exemplified by echoed bell percussion, soft piano and a wolf’s cry in the distance.

A cold wind opens the final track Fields, before quickly moving into a melancholic number characterised by swirling synths and a resonant bass – a big moment for any progressive journey DJ set.

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LNM007 | "ACTUAL" BY MATT ROWAN & ROBBIE LOWE

September 7th, 2019

Late Night Music is excited to welcome on board two prolific Australian artists, Robbie Lowe and Matt Rowan for release 007.

Matt and Robbie have teamed up to create a spacey but dynamic club track titled ‘Actual’, which alludes to a classic New York sound with a progressive twist. The tough percussion section and warm strings lay the foundations, before a subtle piano line closes off the tune.

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LNM006 | "WABI-SABI" BY ANTHONY HUTTLEY & CHRISTOPHER BROOKS

June 23rd, 2023

Late Night Music greets Christopher Brooks & Anthony Huttley for our sixth release - two progressive deep tech producers from Australia. Wabi-sabi refers to the Japanese philosophy of ‘acceptance of transience and imperfection’, exemplifying the careful, mediative flavour of these five tracks.

The title track 'Wabi-sabi' shimmers with the gentle glisten of bright synths and filtered vocal echoes, accompanied by an infectious deep groove. 'Yuki' continues the reserved minimal atmosphere, coupled with a chunky bassline and delicate synth bells. The lush Balearic house 'Komorebi' rounds off the EP, concluding with subtle synthetic sounds that perfectly evoke the notion of ‘sunshine filtering through leaves’ – the English translation of its Japanese namesake.

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LNM005 | "ORBIT" BY KAZUKI

May 9th, 2019

Late Night Music is excited to announce Canberra-based producer and co-label founder Kazuki with his first solo EP release on the label - ‘Orbit’.


Orbit encapsulates a cosmic journey to one of the distant moons of Jupiter - Europa - with three driving progressive house tracks, full of playful emotion, syncopated rhythms and lush production.

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LNM004 | "THEN & NOW" BY ILLUSIONS TENFOLD

February 28th, 2019

Brisbane producer Illusions Tenfold joins Late Night Music with the release of the stripped back progressive tech gem 'Now & Then'.

A first-class track ideal for both dance floors and headphones alike, 'Now & Then' is bubbling with tension and spacious synthetic sounds, rising to create minimalist piece that is dripping with atmosphere. A dynamic peak moment for any set.

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LNM003 | "GOOD OLD DAZE" BY LIAM SIEKER

January 17th, 2019

Late Night Music welcomes Melbourne producer Liam Sieker to the fold with his first release with the label, ‘Good Old Daze’.

Hypnotizing and expansive, the progressive tech-house tune oozes with a warm shimmer of rising synths, and delicate licks of percussion in a clear reverbed space. A short spoken word sample rounds off ‘Good Old Daze’ to create an ear- catching piece of music that will be a highlight in any progressive house journey.

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LNM002 | "COMPOUND" BY ANDREW WORK

October 16th, 2018

‘Compound’ is Sydney techno aficionado and producer Andrew Wowk’s first track to be released on Late Night Music. A moody composition with chaotic filtered synth washes and minor chords, this minimal track is set to be at home in a dark techno basement club.

Canberra based producer Kazuki flips the switch with his remix of ‘Compound’, bringing in light to the shade with a hypnotic acid lead, a lush synth pad and driving bassline, reminiscent of an older progressive house sound.

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LNM001 | "TRAJECTORY" | COMPILATION

June 23rd, 2023

Four artists unite in a defining moment for a new Australian label. Featuring James Beetham (formally B-tham), Kazuki, Fourthstate, & Gabriel Gilmour. ‘Trajectory’ is the first release on Late Night Music and it's a statement of things to come on a journey that has only just begun.

‘Thanks Atum’ is a return to producer B-tham’s roots as an artist. A dynamic progressive track with a classic guitar stacked riff and synth melodies that conjures a positive uplifting mood reminiscent of an early 2000s sound.


‘We Came In Peace’ is a definite signature piece for Kazuki, with an arpeggiated acid synth, iconic breakbeats and creative use of a space radio transmission sample.

Fourthstate’s ‘Floating Point’ exemplifies the spacious lush sounds of progressive house music, with dubby synth, vocal echos, and deep bass sounds creating a truly sonic experience.

‘Fuzzy Logic’ by producer Gabriel Gilmour evokes an earthy transcendental headspace with filtered vocals sounds, rhythmic percussion and a thick driving bassline that is set to raise the vibrations for listeners.