Posts tagged "electro"(Page 3)

In Conversation with exciting British producer, Bearcubs

Interview by Shannon Lawlor and Arnold van der Walt Bearcubs is a solo project from 27-year-old producer Jack Ritchie and over the last couple of years you might have come across his name. His masterfully layered productions include a wide variety of genres including lofi house music, future garage and

Interview by Arnold van der Walt Wave music is a subgenre of electronic bass music that’s been taking over the internet from all corners of the globe. If you’re a regular reader of The Playground you may have noticed that we’ve had multiple interviews, articles, and premieres from various wave

Interview by Arnold van der Walt If you’ve followed anything to do with electronic music in 2018, you’ve undoubtedly stumbled upon the name ROMPASSO. By far the biggest breakout star of the year, his track ‘Angetenar’ has amassed more than 130 million plays in the short amount of time it’s

Image: Miki Barlok Made up of Senita Appiakorang on lead vocals, drummer Emmet O’Riabhaigh, Daniel Coughlan on guitar, Diarmait MacCarthaigh on the keys and bass guitarist Brian Dunlea, Shookrah are a quintet of Irish musicians bringing a serious heat to the international music scene with their funky neo-soul take on the pop

Interview by Arnold van der Walt “Always follow your natural flow“ Joyce Muniz was born in Brazil but currently finds herself in the Austrian capital of Vienna, surrounded by diverse experiences  and a melting pot of cultures to draw inspiration from. In her earlier days, she focused on mixing drum

Interview by Maya-Rose Torrao Electronic-indie outfit Cubicolor have been making waves around the world with their unique and intimate sound, steeped in infectious electronica. The group have just finished a highly successful European headline tour, and are currently supporting RÜFÜS DU SOL on the US and Canada leg of their

Canadian indie-electronic duo HUMANS have just dropped their brand new album today, ‘Going Late’, via Haven Sounds. The pair’s unique, minimal electronic sound comes through triumphantly on the new release; it sounds counter-intuitive, but the ‘Going Late’ Lp is simultaneously able to fill dancefloors as well as ease the listener

The Chemical Brothers have just shared the music video for their latest track, ‘Free Yourself’, their first original music release since 2016’s ‘C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l’. The new music video was made in collaboration with Dom&Nic, who have been working on projects with The Chemical Brothers for over two decades, and features some

Today is an extra-special Wednesday, because we are lucky enough that two fire remixes have dropped at the same time, the first being fan-favourite Ross From Friend’s remix of genre-crossing legend Thundercat’s ‘Friend Zone’ and the second, the mysterious and talented Adesse Versions’ remix of electro-indie royalty Maribou State’s ‘Kingdom

Interview by Arnold van der Walt Some of the best works are created when people work together. Humans as social animals have known this for years and electronic music is no exception. Relative newcomer BLANSH teamed up with Ben Dragon to create a stellar track in the form of ‘Whoa

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