Important info

Gomma currently is on holiday!
Since 2016 we stopped our activities and started 2 other labels: Toy Tonics & Kryptox.

Gomma history

Gomma was born in 2000.
Created, curated and directed by Mathias „Munk“ Modica and Jonas Imbery, who later left the label.
Art direction by Mirko Borsche & Thomas Kartsolis aka Smal & Paze.

We released indie disco, new wave funk, weird pop & experimental electronica by artists like
WhoMadeWho, Munk, Headman, The Phenomenal Handclap Band, Moullinex, Mocky, Daniel Avery, Dimitri from Paris, Lele (aka Parra), Tomas „Tomboy“ Barfod, Box Codax (Franz Ferdinand side project) and others.

Munk/ Gomma also produced music for/ with
James Murphy, Asia Argento, The Rammellzee, Peaches, Nancy Whang (LCD Soundsystem)…
We curated compilations dedicated to New Wave Funk & Post Rock: ANTI NY (2001) and TEUTONIK DISASTER (2004)

Art & Graphics:
We made art and visual projects, published the graphic magazine Amore and curated exhibitions in galleries around the world.
Gomma retrospectives have taken place in Munich (Haus der Kunst), Stockholm (Beneath gallery), Berlin (Circle Culture), Tokio (with 032C magazine) and other cities.

Amore Mag contributions by:
P.A.M. , Daniel Josefsohn, Kostas Murkudis, Parra, Nevin Adadalg, Michael Sailsdorfer, Martin Fengel

We produced over 50 different limited editon design shirts.
Designed by Mirko Borsche, Thomas Kartsolis, P.A.M., Kostas Murkudis, Mathias Modica.

We made music for shows, events and campaigns of fashionbrands such as Margiela, Wood Wood, Surface to Air, Chanel and worked for Parisian fashion institution Colette.

Thanks for your attention. You can still contact us at gomma [at] gomma [.] de
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Press quotes:
„Gomma is the freshest and most intersting German record label.“ (Dazed & Confused/ UK)
„Like a German DFA.“ (NME/ UK)
„Always ahead of it’s time, with an unique approch that make the imprint oustanding“ (The Wire)



Alan1 – Concertmate (Maxi)

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Cat#: GOMMA DT025
Release date: 27 December 2010

We are happy to release the first Gomma E.P. of 24 year old electronic funk talent Alan1 from Rome. Concertmate includes 3 new tunes + a remix by Bobermann (from Bloody Beatroots). Included also is Sniff Them: A heavy functional clubtune that already was released on an limited vinyl edition by Final Frontier Records. The track can cause big damage on the dancefloor…but only a few people could get hold of it till Gomma decided to release it again.

But the real special thing are the other tracks: Alan1 makes music that is some times serious, then ironic, melodic but still groove oriented. Analogue synths and digital post-production… electro-funk, Chicago, electronica, jazzdisco, acid-house… Whatever you call it.. it is simply sexy Italian dancefloor music… it sounds new and it sounds nice.

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Robert Owens: “Great tracks!”
Matt Walsh: “He has a very distinct sound and is fast becoming my favorite artist on Gomma.”
Bottin: “Good stuff”
Tape To Tape: “Love the Alan1 release, great mix of jacking disco funk.”


Various – Gomma Dance Tracks E.P.3

Release: 30 Juli 2010
Cat#: Gomma DT 013

Here comes a new Gomma Dance Tracks minicompilation with five unreleased dancefloor killers. Futuristic house and technoid Disco by 5 guys from 5 countries: Copyshop from France already released on Bearfunk and comes up with a huge vocal house anthem featuring NYC based singer Naommon. David Evangelos from Zurich is a old friend of Holy Ghost and the DFA gang. Now he comes up with his first tune. And you can imagine where the influence comes from….

Alan1 is a 24 year old genius from Rome. His first EP will come on Gomma this winter but his friend Bobermann – aka Bob Rifo of the Bloody Beatroots did this remix bomb for him which we can’t wait to release finally. Martin Brodin runs Swedish new house label Deeplay and comes with this heavy heavy house stomper, and Jack Tennis is one of Berlin’s leading House DJ’s , presenting his first tune on Gomma Dance Tracks.

Dimitri From Paris: “I like the Alan1 Bobermann remix, very effective Nu-Millenium Disco that will surely save my ass in many occasions!”
Erol Alkan: “Feeling Brodin and Tennis tracks”
Shit Robot: “This is great, loving Happy Like Crazy.”
Pete Herbert: “Loving the new Dance tracks.. Copyshop, David Evangelos and Jack Tennis especially…”
Bottin: “Like the Copyshop track”
Acid Washed: “FAT! Jack Tennis is the winner! Love that track!”
Baby G: “Copyshop’s Happy like crazy sounds really good, will play”

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