In the 1950s, English mathematical physicist Roger Penrose discovered what is known as the Penrose Triangle, an impossible geometric shape. Almost 80 years later, Spanish music producer and sound engineer David Ponziano creates Penrose Records label, referencing this infinite figure and its resemblance to a musical loop. A new record platform that aims to give space to musical interpretations and artists of an eclectic nature: from house to disco, through techno, electro or acid. Every advanced subgenre of electronic music has a place in Penrose, but always under an identity of proven musical quality. We don’t find ourselves facing an incoherent mix of elements, but a concatenation of parts that form a whole, a label that knows no limits.