Posts tagged "Rave"

Roundup, July #2

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     Troye Sivan – Rush The anticipated new single from Australian pop sensation Troye Sivan is his outright danciest to date. An energetic piano led house banger, Rush risks sounding a touch

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     Priya Ragu – Easy   Singer-songwriter Priya Ragu’s latest single is a bouncy garage pop number that’s as slick as it is catchy. With its shimmering breaks, rotund bass, and licks

It’s no secret that Peggy Gou is a dedicated student of the 90’s. The DJ and producer has always flirted with distinctly 90’s motifs in her work, finding her sound in the lofi bass and shimmery synths of the era’s classic house cuts. On her latest single (It Goes Like)

The best thing about UK producer ANZ’s latest track, Clearly Rushing, is how simple the whole thing is. Pivoting away from the poppy house and afters bass of All Hours, Clearly Rushing feels sort of old school.    The whole thing finds itself centred around an 8-bit synth riff and

Speaking to Resident Advisor in 2017, Malaysian born producer Tzusing confessed, “I feel like I’m culturally appropriating my own culture because I don’t know it that well. It’s my background, but I’m getting it from [a] corny Hong Kong movie.” It’s the sort of sentiment that likely resonates with anyone

Debby Friday’s debut album, GOOD LUCK, is a genre-fluid, experimental body of work that showcases the Nigerian-born, Montreal-raised artist’s personal growth and emotional depth. The album centres around Friday’s journey from the hedonistic rave scene to sobriety, a journey that is reflected in the album’s duelling themes of love and

When SHERELLE and I. JORDAN met in the green room of Homobloc 2021, little did they know that their shared sentiment of being outsiders in electronic music would lead to the creation of their joint EP. The duo’s Reflections tour, which saw them play back-to-back in a number of queer

In biology, a ‘spandrel’ refers to a part of the body that has no observable function, a perfunctory excess that exists as a byproduct of evolution. It’s in this excess, this dead weight, that Athens art pop artist Evita Manji finds the conceptual core of their debut album, Spandrel? Arriving

Taken from her upcoming debut EP Fuoriorario, out tomorrow on Evar Records, on The Darkness Within, Italy’s NARA offers a full display of her skills in spatial music making. Taking hard hitting, big room techno a step further, NARA turns her demented production into a 3D rendering of madness. A

You likely know Romy Madley Croft best as the sullen, somewhat distant guitarist and vocalist of The xx. But two years ago, the British singer switched that narrative with the release of Lifetime, a bubbly and bouncy certified bop that threw it back to the euphoria of the 90’s gay

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