Today Manchester MC Skittles releases his debut album, Poor In £100 Trainers. Expect politically-conscious lyrics, fast delivery and production from all spectrums of the musical world. A top effort.
What We’re Listening To // Vol.9 featuring the freshest Future-Garage and Post-Dubstep vibes…
20-year-old Amsterdam producer Booddha caught our attention…
‘Evening Chorus offer no pomp nor ceremony but simply pleasant music for those who care to listen’. So says the bio on their website and with that in mind, we won’t beat around the bush and say straight away that if you like folk, then take time to listen to this Cardiff three-piece.
Bristol’s music heavy-hitters are putting on a festival with a lineup that hits even heavier. Click for more details and to buy tickets.
Released just minutes ago from Four Tet’s Soundcloud page, release number thirteen on his Text label sees him collaborating with old sparring partner Will Bevan (aka Burial). First impressions are that it could almost be a solo Burial track.
Oddball 80s synth pop-meets-art rock reissued on Strangelove.
An energetic production of jazz phrasings and mercurial flurries of rhythm.
Dreamy synths meet warm bass and pacey drums on Needs’ World Mental Health Day compilation.
Unreleased beats, instrumentals and edits from the live artist and recent United Identities signee.
90s US breaks and techno from the Sävy Records and Acid Flash boss.
“A very slow trip into your inner self” from the On Board Music founder.
Katia Mullova explores the lessons we might learn from Coronavirus lockdown to create a more environmentally-friendly gig economy and community at large.
Katia Mullova assesses the wider implications of this annual focus on data sharing.
A behind the scenes look at Berlin’s unassuming open air party spot.