From Kilbrittain in West Cork to Munich, Oisin Sedgwick aka Oisin launches the debut Various Artist compilation on his ZM collective and label.

Oisin, as the name suggests, is an Irish DJ and producer currently residing in Munich. In 2019, he founded Zeitreise Music (ZM), a creative collective and record label focused on connecting emerging musical talents across Europe and beyond. With a string of releases on ZM label to date, however, today marks the first Various Artist compilaion, featuring tracks emerging artists Fluonite, Acid Enigma, Craig Hughes and one from Oisin himself.

“The first of many compilations from ZM Records aimed at supporting the smaller talented artist, the local dancers and the clubs we have all fallen in love with. It’s our time!”

Fluonite – A Munich native with a dark and driving sound, Fluonite returns to ZM Records for his second release. “Celestial” captures his sound perfectly, using eery pads and complex drum patterns to build energy while opening the door for the rest of the VA. 

Oisin – The owner of ZM Collective builds off this opening energy. Oisin’s track “Watching” uses huge saw waves to push the VA into a bigger atmosphere. Driving into the 130bpm range, while creating a larger room energy for the following artists.

Acid Enigma – Making one of the two debuts for ZM Records are the Geordie pair, Acid Enigma. Oracle had been a while in the release calendar and the pair are delighted to finally have it out there and moving. Building on their 2021 success, Oracle along with multiple other EP’s are set to make Acid Enigma a huge name this year. 

Craig Hughes – While the second debut is from Glasgow native, Craig Hughes. With a successful end to last year, a top ten finish in the Beatport charts with his EP Alysio on DSR Digital, Craig starts off 2021 and finishes the VA with a banging late night groover, End Game. 

You can stream all 4 tracks below, plus purchase the full release here.

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