Eric Lau has worked with a range of range of respected and up-and-coming names in Hip-Hop, RnB and Electronic (Guilty Simpson, Fatima, Floating Points, Szjerdene), making him one of the go-to producers at the minute. This one is a pretty special release made for Record Store Day last Saturday…
This time last year I must admit I wasn’t the biggest fan of House Music, put off by its minimal and repetitive side. Little did I know there is much more to it than that and that a resurgence was well under way, with a bass-heavy and club-friendly variety. Maya Jane Coles is now at the forefront of this resurgence making her a perfect candidate for the latest instalment in the DJ-Kicks compilation series.
One Little Plane combines the singer-songwriting talent of Kathryn Brint with the production of Keiran Hebden (a.k.a Four Tet) to form a quite charming slice of Acoustic-Pop. It’s a far cry from Hebden’s solo material and surprising release for his Text label But if there’s one thing we’ve learnt about Hebden, it’s his eclectic taste
Man like Juk Juk is back with another new release on Nommos Records. The London producer has gone a bit meaner with a definite Mosca feel to the A-Side.
Clothing line, promotions company and music-label Cloak and Dagger Operation have generously given us 2 tickets to their night at Covert (London’s newest music venue) in Vauxhall on Good Friday (06/04/2012). Included in the line-up are two of our favourite Electronic artists around, fLako (Project:Mooncircle) and Arkist (Apple Pips/Hotflush), bringing…
After storming onto the Electronic scene last year with Winter Turned Spring/Frozen on Four Tet’s Text Label, Juk Juk’s follow-up is equally as strong.
Both accomplished producers in their own right, Benjamin Damaage and Doc Daneeka teamed up about a year ago to make Creeper for Modeselektor’s Berlin label 50 Weapons. The duo made such a good impression that they were asked to produce a whole album, which is released today.
2morrows Victory are a London-based Hip-hop group, united by a love of track cycling, who fuse Soul and Electronic sounds to create some really interesting music. Search their name in Google Images and you’ll find more photos of bikes than them, but aside from the fly mode of transport (who knew Hip-hop and cycling go so effortlessly together?!), they have a lot more going for them.
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With Christmas just hours away we thought we’d give you lucky readers another competition with more NYE tickets up for grabs.