Kalabrese – Ligestuetz (Ft. Lara Stoll)

Very interesting sounds here from Zurich's Kalabrese! I know this fella from before and his brilliant 2014 indie disco track 'Kafi Lied' where he sang nice and pensively alongside Sarah Palin. This new one is ripped from a new three song EP 'Let Me Be Your Princess' and gets the write up due to it's... Continue Reading →

Sparrows – Do You Wanna Dance?

Gold from Sydney based Australian artist Jessica Nitties AKA 'Sparrows' - uplifting stuff to say the least. This was my first tune I've found through The Hype Machine and I'm extremely glad I persevered on my search through the heaps of stuff on that platform. 'Do you wanna Dance' opens with an intriguing, brooding and... Continue Reading →

Locked Groove – Do Not Freak

It's been a while since I've put a pure house groover up on the site. Locked Groove, the German producer, has forced my hand this time with his brilliant piano led oldschool house hit 'Do Not Freak'. It would be rude to bypass this little gem which is nestled in his new album 'Sunset Service'.... Continue Reading →

Lakker – A Whisper In Your Ear

Completely Lekker Lekker here from Berlin-based Dubliners Ian McDonnell and Dara Smith (Lakker). What type of sorcery is this? 'A Whisper In Your Ear' is the end product, in my opinion, of their decade of working together on their own genre the aptly named - Techno not Techno. Not all will be into this one... Continue Reading →

VanIves – Float

Hailing from Galloway, in the South-West of Scotland, these two mates Stuart Ramage and Roan Ballintine are doing rightly these days! I came into contact with them recently and enjoyed their take on commercially based music. It was 'Positive' I heard a few months ago and I put them on the backburner in lieu of... Continue Reading →

Jaguar Sun – Again

A tune nestled extremely high in BIRP's estimates we pounce on from Ontario's Jaguar Sun. I came across this on SoundCloud a few days ago and it has rightfully commanded a constant shuffle since. There is something brilliant at play here in 'Again', it all begins in an ambient manner with soft indie vocals accompanying... Continue Reading →

Neil Cowley – Solitary Refinement

Sitting on my flight back to London this evening going through my list of tunes I've been sent and tunes I'd saved - I come across this chilled to the max little gem from the UK's critically acclaimed Jazz Pianist Neil Cowley. There is nothing complicated and brash to be heard here, a simple slow-rolling... Continue Reading →

The Comet Is Coming – Final Eclipse

London Jazz, electronic and experimental trio 'The Comet Is Coming' are on the move in the coming weeks as they first embark on their European and then head Stateside for a few sneaky gigs. Blaring out uniquely manic sounds, they are a must see if you get the chance. An exciting sound is always welcome... Continue Reading →

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