Mos Deep or M>O>S Recordings represents the Dutch label distributed by Rush Hour Distribution and run by Aroy Dee. Since late eighties Aroy Dee has been digging and pushing underground dance music as a DJ, musician and label-owner. As a producer he is known for numerous releases on his own imprints M>O>S recordings and MOS_deep, as well as releases on labels such as Rushhour, Delsin, NWAQ and New Religion. As Aroy Dee and M>O>S, Steven Brunsmann has been releasing deeply emotive techno and house music since the early days of 2001, kicking off with one of the first releases on Rush Hour Recordings.
During a short stay in Amsterdam in 2007 Traxx and Aroy Dee decided to collaborate on expanding the realm of M>O>S. Numerous overseas releases followed on M>O>S, starting of with X/X2- Solara/Photon, being followed by records of 2AM/FM with desolate cities and recently Dʼmarc Cantu with his Set Free project. Also in the future new projects are being planned.
In an age of digitalized studios and sound-alike productions, Brunsmannís vintage sound is refreshingly timeless. His own M>O>S imprint plays home to his own productions and features those of like minds Legowelt, Morphosis, Ross 154 and others. As well as providing us with an in-depth look into the mind of Aroy Dee in our interview, his exclusive LWE podcast is a special double mix, including a DJ set taken from a Panorama Bar appearance and a fantastic live set from his R-A-G trio.
Aroy has been running his M>O>S imprint for many years now, holding up the flag for deep and raw Detroit-style techno on the Dutch west coast.
Artists who have appeared on M>O>S include Morphosis, Legowelt, Gerd, D'Marc Cantu, yet Aroy Dee himself has been responsible for most of his label's output. His productions - also as part of the R-A-G crew together with G-String and Marco Spaventi - have further been released on Rush Hour, Delsin and NWAQ and have consistently been exploring the field between deep and drifting techno and the jacking analogue house the Netherlands have become famous for Aroy Dee's podcast features both US and European, classic and contemporary interpretations of his particular style of house music.