Quantic – You Used To Love Me (Ft. Denitia)

Will Holland is a seasoned producer at this stage with a glowing repertoire of lovely relaxing releases behind him. The New York based Englishman is back with a stellar new one here featuring words from Brooklyn’s Denitia. This is Holland’s third track from his upcoming album ‘Atlantic Oscillations’, which is due to be released via Tru... Continue Reading →

Stuart Mavis – Uly$ee$

Dutch lads ‘Stuart Mavis’ have been firmly on my radar since I saw them play back in 2017 at Eurosonic Festival in Groningen. At the time, I was one hundred percent sure that their self-titled debut album would be a huge hit for them. The sound that these guys produce is absolutely superb and I’m... Continue Reading →

Dave Eleanor – I say goodbye (ft.Blanka) Pablo Nouvelle Rework

This song just trickled into my playlist on its own accord somehow, what a great surprise. The vocals from Blanka and moody beat from Eleanor offer great emotive depth to set the track in motion. In the mould of Slyvan Esso, Nouvelle brings a fantastic bouncier electronic dynamic to this meloncoly composition which elevates it... Continue Reading →

Olafur Arnalds – Ypsilon

Icelandic composer Olafur Arnalds is a man well worth taking a look at. His wonderful work within television soundscapes was confounded with the BAFTA award for his track list for broadchurch. This guy has the A game when it comes to music. His work under the alias of ‘Kiasmos’ has created a distinct genre of... Continue Reading →

New: Leon Vynehall – English Oak (Ch VII)

What can we say- we are just huge fans of this man right here! Everything he touches is utter gold to the core, Leon has been dappling in soft and mellow recently exploring wonderous textures and sounds ‘envelopes’ and ‘movements’. ‘English Oak’ opens on this melencoly premis but transforms into an unexpected absolute banger a... 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 →

Tuff City Kids – Thorarium

An absolute groove-blaster of a tune from Tuff City Kids (Gerd Janson & Phillip Lauer) that has just been released via PERMVAC - Dusky grabbed a hold of this one in his MixMag set last week and we have been listening since. This duo are wholly experienced in the Djing world and their combination is... Continue Reading →

Stimming x Lambert – Edelweiss

Germans ‘Stimming’ and ‘Lambert’ have produced the most pleasant album of the month with ‘Exodus’. Berlin’s Stimming has a love for everything classical and minimal when it comes to his techno. His remix of the wonderful Pascal Schumachers ‘drops’ is stunning - hence where we stumbled across him. Lambert is a classical musician who studied... Continue Reading →

Cosmo Sheldrake – Wriggle ( Mr Jukes Edit)

  King of Chirpy, happy music ‘Cosmo Sheldrake’ is back with a new album. We have been throwing an attentive ear since ‘The Moss’ and ‘Pelicans We’. This edit by Mr Jukes is brilliant. Such a happy song for a rainy Saturday afternoon. Smile more. Innocent music this. https://youtu.be/j3eVhjU1BQA

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