Os Tincoas – Deixa A Gira Girar (JGB)

With a certain distorted Nicolas Jaar feel, this superb edit of 60's Brazilian Pop musics  'Os Tincoas' has us moving around with a melancholic sway this evening. A true gem coming out of Bahia that offers a fabulously chilled atmosphere throughout - an undoubted peaceful, thoughtful edit here by J G B. Stick on the... Continue Reading →

Premiere: El Bhasp – SomeOne Else

Mysterious Dublin based 'El Bhasp' is an up and coming producer with a slick repertoire ready for consumption. A superb multi-instrumentalist with an expert grasp on all things electronic, with his previous alias he was a frequently shared dubstep producer back in the boom - his remixes were endorsed by Alt-J at one point. As... Continue Reading →

Kev Sheridan – Losing Someone is Never Easy

One of the juiciest piano led house tracks of the week here from Kev Sheridan. Bringing us to euphoric bliss as this chord heavy floater just carries us away from reality. Sheridan is not trying to be overly pretentious here, he sticks to a mundane name, nothing flash, nothing abstract and lets his music talk.... Continue Reading →

Trikk – Devila

Our song of the week comes from Portuguese producer 'Trikk' and I'm fairly sure this track could be our big tune for the next few months. An absolute gem- it's initial impact is up there with the excitement everyone had for 'Fatima Yamaha's - What's a girl to do' when that was introduced to festival... Continue Reading →

C.P.I. – Masa y Poder

Spanish lads C.P.I. are just out with their second release this time a four song EP 'Meine Hand'. Minimal stuff, yet atmospheric and progressive. The Eerie feel to Masa y Poder grabbed attention from the EP as it just plods along with dark sound effects littering it on its journey. It's not a show stopper... Continue Reading →

Penya – Why so Angry

We had the privilege of checking this wild collective out on Friday @ The Hospital Club. Their concert was all so mysterious with a hidden location - guest list only type deal, but they lived up to the hype. The show was energetic, playful, vibrant throughout with each musician showcasing a wonderful varied array of... Continue Reading →

Ross From Friends – There’s a Hole in My Heart

The Lo-Fi beauty with the best name ever in music history is at it again with a song right up there with ‘talk to me you’ll understand’. He has the LoFi House genre sewn up at this stage if he keeps his production level this high. This is yet again a stellar chilled vibing- almost... Continue Reading →

Jacques Greene – Nordschleife

Canadian Jacques Greene has been belting out the tunes consistently for a few years and has gathered a following of loyal followers as a result. His latest release ‘Nordschleife’ may well be my favorite to date. This is a roller tune with a dark and dingy edge - made for a smoke filled dungeon at... Continue Reading →

Ben Khan – 2000 Angels

The ‘Ben Khan’ boy is back with his first sliver of music since 2015. His whole persona is a mirror of the fantastic mysterious ‘Jai Paul’ who teased everyone a few years ago with a fresh pop glitch style that blew many a mind totally. Like Paul, Ben Khan executed the same style with such... Continue Reading →

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