BUBBLEGUM (Jürgen Paape “Frutti di Mare” Remix)

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Jürgen Paape's (Kompakt) "Frutti di Mare" remix is a homage to Italo disco, cosmic music and the 80s. But with the sound of today. Italo disco 2.0.

Title: BUBBLEGUM (Jürgen Paape “Frutti di Mare” Remix)
Format: DS
Cat. No.: ITA133
Release date: 1 December 2023

Music & Lyrics: Lothar Hempel
Vocals: Isabella
Additional remix production: Jürgen Paape
Mastering: Jörg Burger

℗ 2023 Italic Recordings © 2023 Italic Songs

Philipp Johann Thimm

Wer wir sind (Original Soundtrack)

Regular price $10.00

"Birds Singing Till The World Ends," the stirring theme song of the ARD series "WER WIR SIND." Experience the entire series with ease starting November 10th on the ARD Mediathek. Further broadcasts are set to air, with episodes on Wednesday, November 15th at 8:15 pm, and on Friday, November 17th at 10:20 pm on ARD.

Artist: Philipp Johann Thimm
Title: WER WIR SIND (Original Soundtrack)
Format: Digital Album
Cat. No.: ITA134DA
Release date: 10.11.23

All songs written by Philipp Johann Thimm except “Future Skies" written by Mieke Miami & Philipp Johann Thimm. Recorded at Philipp’s Home & AP4 Studios Berlin.

℗ 2023 Italic Recordings




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BUBBLEGUM is the project of Lothar Hempel from Berlin and Isabella from Rimini.

Format: DS
Cat. No.: ITA130
Release date: 1 September 2023

Music & Lyrics: Lothar Hempel
Vocals: Isabella
Mastering: Jörg Burger

℗ 2023 Italic Recordings © 2023 Italic Songs

Philipp Johann Thimm

Birds Singing Till The World Ends

Regular price $27.00

This is a pre-order releasing 15 October 2023. Purchase includes instant download of the album.

Artist: Philipp Johann Thimm
Title: Birds Singing Till The World Ends
Format: LP / DA
Cat. No.: ITA126
Release date: 8 September 2023

All tracks written & produced by Philipp Johann Thimm. All lyrics written by David Roeder except Last Drops lyrics written by Anna Auersperg, Land Of Plenty lyrics written by Sascha Ring & Elisa Mishto.

Recorded at AP4, Panorama, Vox–Ton & Hansa Studios, Berlin & many trains, planes, homes & forests. Additional engineering by Alex Sprave. Viola: Tabea Haarmann-Thiemann, Organ: Fabian Neubauer.

Mixed by Jan Siebert & Henne Müller, except tracks 3 & 7 mixed by Pablo Mateo and track 11 mixed by Henne Müller. Mastered by Jan Siebert.

Artwork & design by YAWN, Annika Janssen & Sandra Greiling. Photo front Pavlo Volkov & Aaron Broß by Andres Hidalgo. Photo back by Marcus Lieder.

℗ 2023 Italic Recordings © 2023 Random Noize Musick

Berlin Strings

On A Dark Night

Regular price $36.00

Nessuno - Eiskalte Engel

Nessuno - Angel Face


Wie man überlebt

Regular price $5.00

Artist: Nessuno
Title: Balthazar in der Wüste
Format: EP
Cat. No.: ITA127
Release date: 23 June 2023

℗ 2023 Italic Recordings © 2023 Italic Songs


Wie man überlebt wenn die Welt die man liebt sich nicht mehr dreht

Regular price $20.00

Poster design by Lothar Hempel. Published on the occasion of the release "Wie man überlebt" by Nessuno.

Digital print on 135 g/m² glossy art paper. Din A0 (84,1 x 118,9 cm).

A Rocket in Dub

Rocket No. 3 (feat. Jan Delay)

Regular price $14.00

Limited edition vinyl 7" with artwork by Hendrik Krawen.

Artist: A Rocket in Dub
Title: Rocket No. 3 (feat. Jan Delay)
Format: 7" Single
Release date: 2 December 2022
Cat. No: ITA123
Distribution: Rough Trade

Stefan Schwander aka A Rocket in Dub has been producing electronic music in Düsseldorf since the mid-1990s. He releases under a variety of pseudonyms such as Antonelli, Repeat Orchestra, Rhythm Maker, Harmonious Thelonious and While My Sequencer Gently Weeps. His music draws influences from techno, disco music (especially Giorgio Moroder), new wave, dub, abstract electronica and African music.

Dumbo Tracks


Regular price $30.00


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Regular price $72.00
From sub-culture to modern streetwear. Classic unisex crewneck T-Shirt in white fine jersey with the iconic "electronic" label print. 100% cotton. Edition of 50. ITA125. Made in Los Angeles, California.


Regular price $571.00
ITA101. Furniture, Finland birch plywood, Dark walnut oil on surface, 4.34 kg, 85,5 × 48,0 × 36,0 cm (Sitting height: 45 cm), Manufactured by Möbelatelier...

ITA101. Furniture, Finland birch plywood, Dark walnut oil on surface, 4.34 kg, 85,5 × 48,0 × 36,0 cm (Sitting height: 45 cm), Manufactured by Möbelatelier Stefan Schwander, Düsseldorf.

A chair is a chair - is not a chair. Or at least not only. Some things in our environment are currently experiencing a transformation: from mere commodities to artifacts of biographical relevance. Take for example that old armchair, which once stood bleakly next to the trash. Or that shelf, screwed to completion in a seemingly endless procedure. This may sometimes seem kitschy or nice, but above all, it is normal. These are stories that wrap around metal, wood or plastic and offer meaning.

But the story often begins much earlier. Most inventory has its very own past life. It usually starts with people we do not know. Such constructions emerge in their minds, are gradually developed and, if craftsmanship is available, they can even find a physical form. And one of these stories starts with Stefan Schwander, already familiar through his musical output as Antonelli or Harmonious Thelonious. We have him to thank not only for countless pristine tracks, but also for the chair we are referring to here. It's name: THE ITALIC CHAIR. Therefore, this message is one of celebratory enthusiasm - with excellent results and providing an example that unusual combinations are more than just possible. Because THE ITALIC CHAIR not only serves without any problem as an aesthetic-haptic bridge between a record label, artistry and furniture - it wishes to be is understood as such.

That of course is no coincidence. Stefan Schwander pursues an artistic practice that brings tears of joy to the eyes of many a creative coach: he simultaneously maintains different interests and abilities – a music studio on one side, a furniture workshop on the other. Thus THE ITALIC CHAIR originated in Düsseldorf, and after nearly three years of conceptual work it left the nursery between sawdust, glue and oil to begin its service as tasteful seating object and bear the title "the only label chair, far and wide". And despite its remarkable singularity, THE ITALIC CHAIR represents the label perfectly - classic and futuristic, simple and extravagant, avant-garde and minimalist, and of course, also functional. It is a successful synthesis in Finnish birch.

Real hand-craftsmanship, with a seemingly freely-hovering plateau, impetuous shape and dark colour speak a powerful but discreet language. THE ITALIC CHAIR is Stefan Schwander, it is ITALIC and it is also a story that requires updating – at home, in the office, in the studio, in the gallery, the restaurant or any other premises that one appreciates and loves. A bit more of Stefan Schwander's inherent narrative is a highly enjoyable footnote beneath the seat... and it has to do with music.

Text: Carolin Weidner


Kira Bunse

Untitled (Mudgirls)

Regular price $703.00

2 x analog C-print,
40 x 30 cm each,
signed, numbered,
Edition 10+1 AP

Kira Bunse (b. 1979, Braunschweig) is an artist living in Paris. Fashion photography is at the heart of her work, so she works for various labels, but also publishes editorials for international publications, from underground to glossy, from Purple to Vanity Fair. Kira Bunse's subjects are glam, pop culture, the joys of youth, sexualities, beauty of the body. This sets in motion an arousal of mutual condition, of curiosity and desire. 

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Kira Bunse - Przystanek Woodstock.