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.
Art direction by Mirko Borsche & Thomas Kartsolis aka Smal & Paze.

Music:
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

Fashion:
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
Please follow our new adventures with
TOY TONICS & KRYPTOX.


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)




ARCHIVE

08.04.2004

Munk feat. Princess Superstar – Mein Schatzi Remixes (12″)

Release: 8 April 2004
Cat#: Gomma 043

Midnight Mike from London’s Flesh Records had had several gigs at Munich’s Gomma partys. When he and Zongamin heard the raw version of the track they offered this spectacular „Vanessa Mae“ – like futuristic R&B remixes/edits which (like the original) took quite some time to be released. The extra remix comes from Gomma artist HILTMEYER INC, a good friend of Munk from Munich.

Tracklist:
A1) Zongamin Remix Midnight Mike Edit
A2) Zongamin Remix
B1) Hiltmeyer Inc Remix
B2) Zongamin Remix Midnight Mike Bonus Beats

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03.11.2003

Gommagang – 2 (CD)

Release: 03.11.2003
Cat#: Gomma 039 CD

The second part of the mixed Gommalabel compilation, mostly with rmxs that so far had only been released on vinyl, special singles and „Gommahits“. All tracks were released in 2002 and 2003. Including 4 new tracks. Here you have the whole range of Gommasound of 2001 – 2003: Italo and Chicago influenced house/ electro. Late 70ies and 80ies original (German) punkfunk as well as some psycho-rock and futuristic pop.

Tracklist:
1) Munk – Androgyn (Headman Rmx)
2) Hiltmeyer Inc. – Narkotik!
3) Mocky – JD’s Theme
4) Leroy Hanghofer – Bathroomboogie
5) Headman – It Rough (Chicken Lips Trax Dub)
6) Munk & Princess Superstar – Mein Schatzi (Zongamin Rmx)
7) Headman – So Then
8) Kamerakino – Metall Auf Eis
9) Carmen – Schlaraffenland
10) Feyd – Walt R Lee
11) Exkurs – Fakten Sind Terror
12) Starter – Part Of Me
13) Kamerakino – Ganz Schnell Wohin (Shady Edit)
14) Poets Of Rhythm – Summerdays
15) Mocky – Sweet Music

01.09.2003

Munk feat. Princess Superstar – Ah Uh / Mein Schatzi (12″)

Release: 1 September 2003
Cat#: Gomma 035

While djing around the world the Munk boys met lot of interesting people that share similar musical interests. When they first met NYC’s PRINCESS SUPERSTAR she really liked what the MUNK boys were doing and so when she was in Europe she came down to Munich for a week and recorded these 2 tracks.

Tracklist:
A1) Mein Schatzi
A2) Mein Schatzi (Dub)
B1) Uh Ah

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