Posts tagged "breaks and bass"

Roundup, June #2

We roundup the must listen releases of the week. Check them out below.     Aphex Twin- Blackbox Life Recorder 21f   For his first track in half a decade, Aphex Twin welcomes us back gently. Blackbox Life Recorder 21f, the lead from an upcoming four track EP due in

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

This week, we have unhinged remixes and discotheque house from a synthpop icon. These are the tracks you need to know about.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Caroline Polachek, Charli XCX, George Daniel – Welcome To My Island

The past two years have seen German producer Bryan Müller, AKA Skee Mask, establish himself as a contemporary visionary in electronic music. His sound, which spans from vaporous manifestations of techno to minimal deconstructions of bass and breaks, gathers influences from leaders in club music over the past two decades

IDM duo Autechre have released a five and a half hour long mix to celebrate the re-release of their seminal 1992 compilation for Warp, Artificial Intelligence. The mix features music from 100 different artists who inspired the duo’s direction in the 90’s. The mix appeared online just before the new

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

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 90’s flavoured progressive trance to 80’s inspired synthpop, 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.   Shygirl – NIKE Taken from her forthcoming debut album NYMPH, Nike is a classic

Australian producer Jordan Alexander’s moniker ‘Mall Grab’ is a term people in skateboarding circles use to describe the way ‘posers’ hold their skateboards at the mall. Like accessories rather than serious equipment. It’s a piece of nomenclature that harkens back to Alexander’s origin point: the circa-2012 internet age. This time

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