Midi Mood Music Group is an independent group of electronic music labels born in the early 2009..  the project began with the main label Midi Mood Records focused on underground house music and his sub-genres..
Then for covering the other sides are born and grow Picche Records specialized on minimal and techno stuff, and Diagonal targeted on Deep house and minimal house sounds, a bit later start Bodhisattva for electronic, chill out, and uncommon sounds from the karma, ….and at the end arrive the last project 99 Waves dedicated to EDM music like progressive house, electro house and related kinds…
Not only record label.. from late 2013 Midi Mood Group begin to be an agency for promoting and support artists all over the world, but that’s is another story that still to early to tell you about..

PreviousNext

Latest Releases

MIMO05 – Manfredi Barbarossa Ft. Sanna Hartfield – Look At Me (Vinyl Release)
close

See all tracks (1 total) >>

Label: Midi Mood Records

Lumia Dee – Things
close

See all tracks (1 total) >>

Label: Picche Records Ltd
Release date: 2014-08-11

Buy now

4Play & Pat Lezizmo – G-Shake (MMR0067)
close

See all tracks (3 total) >>

Label: Midi Mood Records Ltd
Release date: 2014-07-21

Buy now

Impellizzeri & Stupia – People Made Of Dark Acid (Vinyl Only) [MIMO04]
close

See all tracks (3 total) >>

Label: Midi Mood Records
Release date: 2014-05-06

Paolo Leary – Subway (DIA34)
close

See all tracks (3 total) >>

Label: Diagonal
Release date: 2014-07-11

Buy now

The Rejected – Mazeltof (DIA35)
close

See all tracks (2 total) >>

Label: Diagonal
Release date: 2014-07-18

Buy now

Newsletter

would you like to keep informed to all news? just sign to our mailing list!

RSS RA News

Contact Form

 

Verification

 

RSS RA podcasts

  • RA.839 Eli Escobar
    "Working my ass off, to be honest," is how Eli Escobar starts our interview below. That basically sums up his vibe. The New Yorker might not have the same household name status of other DJs who have been soundtracking Manhattan clubs since the early '90s, but he certainly deserves it. Any New York resident worth their salt should have him near
  • RA.838 OSSX
    Last year, New Jersey group OSSX wowed us with a mix of completely original material that blended infectious edits of Janet Jackson and September with tracks like "Split Wig"—one of last year's indisputable breakbeat anthems—that showed how the then-duo could bring together generations of American dance music into one compelling, vibrant mix t
  • RA.837 Gabrielle Kwarteng
    Spend enough time at (or listening to) The Lot Radio, and chances are all you'll find Gabrielle Kwarteng. Even though she lives in Berlin now, the American DJ wears New York on her sleeve, repping for the station that helped make her name (she won a Mixcloud award for "Best Eclectic Show" pretty early on). Sure, you could call her sound eclect
  • RA.836 Deadbeat & Sa Pa
    We probably don't need to tell you who Deadbeat is. (He even did a previous RA Podcast for us, all the way back in 2007.) But if you need a refresher, he's one of the most important and revered artists in dub techno. The Canadian artist came up in the Montreal scene alongside other trailblazers like Akufen and other Canadians (think Cobblestone Jaz
  • RA.835 Marco Weibel
    Marco Weibel is the epitome of modesty. Over the past decade, the New York artist has quietly amassed a loyal following through expansive DJ sets that touch on everything from spiritual jazz to disco, but rather than credit himself, he lets the tunes speak for themselves. This humble attitude has won him the respect of veterans such as Lefto, as well as a gr