Posts tagged "minimal house"

Róisín Murphy – You Knew

While most of Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy’s recent singles from upcoming album Hit Parade have found themselves invested in breezy, big band disco-funk, You Knew positions itself firmly in electronica. Helmed by Hit Parade’s executive producer and Murphy’s frequent collaborator DJ Koze, You Knew makes use of Koze’s instinct for

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.       Hudson Mohawke, Tiga, Channel Tres – Feel The Rush Channel Tres lends his smooth vocals as producer Hudson Mohawke adds to his recent string of collaborations. This time with Tiga,

Korean-American producer Yaeji has announced her debut album.  Titled With A Hammer, the LP is due in April on XL Recordings. The album follows Yaeji’s acclaimed mixtape, 2020’s What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던, and a 2021 EP with OHHYUK. Details on the release are scarce, but Yaeji did share the

Earlier this year, Australia’s Jordan Alexander, AKA Mall Grab, released his debut album. What I Breathe was largely an extended love letter to Alexander’s adopted home of London, pulling from influences of UKG, jungle, and rave. The album saw Alexander at a significant point of growth creatively, exploring new sounds

For Honey Dijon, house music is, and will always be, a family affair. The values of community and chosen family are as essential to Dijon’s house as a four on the floor, and the Chicago DJ and producer has been outspoken in her modus operandi to return house to its

Two years ago, amidst the global pandemic, British producer Fred Gibson (AKA Fred again…) decided to document his life. The approach? Collect recordings of daily life, conversations, activities, the ambient hustle and bustle (or in this case, silence) of the city. Spin said recordings into a soundtrack of sorts, intertwining

If Hagop Tchaparian seems familiar, it’s for good reason. He’s been active behind the scenes of acts like Hot Chip as both producer and manager, quietly contributed to underground compilations, and even flirted with fame as the guitarist of punk rock band Symposium. Lately, he’s fostered a creative relationship with

Image by Dan Medhurst From audaciously explicit hip-house to ambient chamber pop, we roundup our favourite new releases from some of electronic music’s iconic and emerging female artists. In no particular order, here’s what we’ve had on repeat: Azealia Banks – F*** Him All Night Azealia Banks is one of

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