A comeback as big as Soichi Terada? Volcov seems to think so.
Exclusive premiere taken from Braille and Seafloor’s new collaborative EP.
Released on January 1st 2012, Patrick Loggins a.k.a. Time Wharp has wasted no time in unleashing pure unadulterated sonic joy to the world in the form of track yrLyf.
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…
…including tracks from Jay Electronica, Little Dragon, Domo Genesis, Sepalcure and many more!
There is little known about Welsh named Ifan Dafydd. With only two songs to his/her name and no official website or label backing, Dafydd is certainly under the radar. Applying an extremely similar style to that of James Blake’s pre-album material, speculation is fast spreading as to whether Ifan Dafydd, likeHarmonimix, is just another alias that Blake hides behind. Amidst all this uncertainty the only thing we can really be sure of is how great the music is. Dafydd’s No Good organically corrupts Amy Winehouse’s You Know I’m no Good with pitched-down samples, warm synth-lines and sparse wooden claps to create a rich and intimate sound. It’s accompanied by a chopped and screwed video of the original Winehouse song that you can watch below. We’ve also treated you to a new release by the mysterious producer that popped up a few weeks ago called Tree House. Whoever it is that’s making these sounds, Ifan Dafydd is without a doubt a talent to to watch and admire over the coming months.
The colourful progression of dubstep in the last few years…