Posts tagged "Jazz"

Alex Cherney joins forces with The Brothers Nylon for soulful LP ‘first, last and always’

  Indie artist Alex Cherney and instrumental soul-funk duo The Brothers Nylon recently released their retro LP ‘first, last and always’ on the 28th July 2023. The Brothers Nylon are twin brothers Mike and Nick Rufolo, currently based out of Melbourne Beach, Florida. In addition to their original work which

Tristan De Liège and Jambal make a formidable partnership. The former is an electronic producer from Los Angeles and the latter a rising Jazz quartet from Luxembourg. The resulting product is a beautiful fusion of Downtempo and Jazz sounds, exuding a deep feeling of tranquility and musical prowess. Reminiscent of artists

Since 2018, Compton rapper and producer Channel Tres has been staging a cultural reclamation of Black pioneered music. Blending the futurist pulse of Detroit techno and the grooving soul of Chicago house with the swaggering gait of West Coast hip-hop, Channel Tres has been quietly redefining club and rap music,

From hyperpop surprise releases to New Wave jazz, 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.   100 Gecs – Torture Me  While the world still waits for the hyperpop duo’s hotly

On the spectrum of house and disco, The Soft Pink Truth can be found somewhere on the fringes of the left. The solo project of experimentalist duo Matmos’s Drew Daniel, what began as a dare has morphed into one of the most intriguing dance music acts (and arguably, cover artists)

Earlier this year, label head and musician Zeb Samuels released his project Cosmic Vibrations Vol.3, which features a wide range of creatives from Lapalux to Synkro. Little time has passed between then and now, but somewhere between signing artists and releasing an album–maybe before or maybe after its debut–the London-based

A naturally creative spirit, producer Rose Noir has honed his talent over the years and recently directed his craftsmanship towards creating an EP of the highest standard. Titled Bloom and released under Halfeti Records, the 6-track project is a lush work of art, a vivid stroke of genius. Each beat

While British electronic duo Mount Kimbie may pull from krautrock to post-dubstep and hip-hop, it’s the synthesis of these influences that has produced something aesthetically distinct. In fact, the sonics of Mount Kimbie’s particular electronic landscape are so tightly woven, that you wouldn’t be remiss to forget that the group

French multi-instrumentalist and producer Crayon is an artist inspired by worlds outside of his own. Openly embracing explorations not only into music styles, but disciplines across art forms, he’s developed an artistic vocabulary that allows him to produce genre bending electronic music. This distinctly bohemian approach found him transforming the

Image credit: David Vendryes Today, our attention is drawn to Germany, where rising ambient jazz creator NiftySax resides, creating his mellow yet highly conceptual beats. The artist was originally born in Italy but spent some time in Sydney before settling in Berlin. His latest collection Spheres was just released on

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