Tanner Munn is a house music anomaly from Los Angeles that has been snaking his way into the spotlight under the moniker Morelia. He’s no stranger to Insomniac Music Group, having hatched his very own imprint under the label umbrella with Teethy, a breeding ground for the animalistic grooves he’s been releasing into the wild for over a year now. On top of running his own shop, Munn made his debut appearance on IN / ROTATION via the low-slung growler, “Manipulate,” which he whipped up alongside Not The Father for the second installment of the ‘Rotate’ compilation album. Morelia is on the move yet again, as he creeps back onto the catalog with a proper release taking the shape of his new two-track EP.
“I’m honored to release two tracks that have been staple weapons in my sets for over a year with my Insomniac family,” says Morelia. ”Both of these tracks were written in single sessions when I had the excitement of a show the next day in my mind and wanted something to smack the dancefloor. I’m so stoked how they came out, and I hope you are, too.”
Since its launch, Teethy has been shelling out quality cuts constructed at the hands of its label-boss, which recently saw him rounding up some of the homies to get in on the action as part of the ‘Morelia & Friends 01’ compilation album. On it, he made moves with a few of house music’s emerging names, including Arnold & Lane, Ocean Roulette, SODF and more. His sharp-toothed grooves have also trickled over to Insomniac Radio, with a weekly feeding schedule that takes place during the Teethy Thursdays radio show (Dash Radio). His stock continues to skyrocket with each and every record. On the ‘Damage Control’ EP, Morelia has assessed the situation and taken swift action to keep the tech house scene on a healthy trajectory.