Some beautifully chilled out vibes rising from the Project: Mooncircle music box this month in the form of Chilean producer fLako. On this new release he collaborates with vocalist Dirg Gerner to create some incredibly soulful electronic music (a sizeable feat in our eyes)
Kids These Days are a bubblingly fresh and talented live Hip-Hop group peddling straight out of Chicago town, following seemlessly in the same soundsteps as one other Chicago windstorm, Kanye West. Their music is spilling over with Soul and Jazz influences – comprised of live horns and a blues-rock trio – their production is consistently rich in melody and harmony…
It’s stalemate in my house at the minute. No-one wants to admit defeat to the seasons and cough up the money to turn the heating on. We’re putting up one final stand against the cold, armed with this warming track from San Diego’s Dirty Gold…
Despite hardly being thought of as a “happy” sort of band by those who have listened to them, frontman Pete Silberman twice tells us The Antlers are indeed very happy to be here in Bristol, and I believe him. Following the release of their near-universally acclaimed second album Burst Apart, I’d imagine it’s quite a good time to be in this Brooklyn band.
Following on from their first two E.Ps, Love Pressure and Fleur, Brooklyn-based electronic duo Sepalcure (Machinedrum’s Travis Stewart and Braille’s Praveen Sharma) are set to release their debut album in just under two weeks. To get your ears salivating…
I first heard this gem a while back, but it is just too good to keep under wraps any longer. Trilogy is a collaborative effort made up of three artists with backgrounds in Dubstep/Grime (Youthman), Drum & Bass (DJ Redeye) and Soul (Luce)…
Warm UKG from the Flattrax boss on Timehri.
Lush, warm polyrhythms on Mhost Likely Green and Junglen.
Soothing synths and stabby chords make for a sincere ode to the man that made house music deep.
Freerange Records co-founder Jimpster pays homage to one of the foremost pioneers of deep, soulful house.
Californian synth guitar and experimental electronic from Brazil to 80’s Guinean folk and London jazz.
A four hour mix from the London-based duo and label.
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.