It’s hard, from our point of view, to make a mistake in buying any of Berlin’s Cabinet Records releases. That type of dreamy house music, bearing the same groove regardless of the artist and genre. Yet, some cuts stand out. Like NOHA‘s Cables, released in 2015 on an amazing V.A. (check DJ Honesty’s track, also).

Reaching Bucharest, on the Eastern side of Europe, to yet another hotspot that defined the electronic underground in recent years, we again stumbled upon NOHA’s work, this time for RareshMetereze. Paris was the last city to be conquered by Federico with his newest release on the famed Yoyaku, under the Pathagonia moniker.

No matter what, NOHA’s signature sound is pretty hard to frame into one electronic subgenre. So, pushed by our curiosity, we asked NOHA to reveal his vinyl personality into a form of record selection, as you can check below.

Pathagonia – How Low Can You Go can be ordered directly from Yoyaku’s online store here

A second hand dig I’m most proud of

I think I paid it 3 euros or less. I simply love it.

The record I’d love to see it repressed

Always wanted to play this on wax!

The label I’d buy all their releases without even listening to them
Dial Rec without any doubt

The record artwork that blows my mind every time I look at it

Apart from being one of the most exciting works of Garbarek, the artwork itself always amazed me.

The record that triggers childhood memories

It triggers GOOD childhood memories.

The record shop I would spend my whole savings in
Any record shop unfortunately

The record that never leaves my DJ bag

I could (and I actually do) play this Reprise Version in almost every set.

Last record I checked its price on discogs
Hiroshi Watanabe – Isolated Soul
Checked it and bought it actually :)

Last record I bought for my home listening pleasure

Can we spend a word about the cover please?

The record closest to my heart from my entire collection


Every time I see my first EP on my label I get a bit sentimental. A huge struggle to make, but worth definitely worth it.