Posts tagged "Breakbeats"

Jam City – EFM

British producer Jack Latham, AKA Jam City, is often overlooked for his contributions to the current direction of dance oriented pop music and the sound of the underground. His unique style combines influences from across genres such as grime, R&B, and electronic, and since his lauded 2012 debut Classical Curves,

Recently seen behind the scenes of Kelela’s On The Run, Toronto DJ and producer Bambii is arguably one of the most exciting new acts to emerge from the Great North’s queer club circuit. Her exhilarating productions are the sort of tracks that sweep you up and leave you winded, non-stop

Somehow, brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll seem to find themselves constantly pulled back into orbit of each other. Over the course of their three decade long career as British electronic music duo Orbital, they have broken up twice. Their most recent comeback, following a three year hiatus, has been going

British electronic duo Overmono are about to release their debut album, Good Lies. It seems like a strange thought, given how ingrained they are in the culture of contemporary British club music. By all accounts, they’ve become essential players in the scene, akin to Burial in status, their work in

The journey that I.JORDAN has been on lately has been a deeply personal one. It’s a gift then that they should choose to share the intimacy of this moment with us, as they have done through their recent string of double single releases. We’ve essentially been witnessing their coming out,

From dark and sexy pop bangers to soulful jungle, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Rebecca Black – Crumbs Rebecca Black is reclaiming her time with her latest single,

Bicep have released a music video for their latest single, Water. Featuring Clara La San, the track has been a long time fan favourite played during Bicep’s recent live shows which recently received an official release. In the accompanying video, we are taken on a surreal trip through a sparse

In theatre terms, the cyclorama is a blank canvas. A backdrop that blankets the walls of the stage, it can transform the scene into a sunrise, a sunset, a playing field for light to provide the illusion of depth and space. Ariel Zetina is a theatre kid. The Chicago DJ

Daniel Avery has had an epiphany. The Bournemouth DJ and producer, best known for his hook-laden style of techno and post-dubstep breakbeats, touts his latest album Ultra Truth “a distorted fever dream of a record: riled, determined and alive.” It’s an album, as its title might suggest, that acknowledges the

From old-school rave to sleazy hip-house, we roundup our favourite tracks of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Bonobo – Defender On this year’s Fragments, British electronic musician Bonobo expanded his palette beyond slow burning,

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