Posts tagged "Tech-House"

HVOB – TOO

Austrian duo HVOB were discovered via SoundCloud. Part of a wave of early 2010’s producers whose break came inherently tied to burgeoning internet culture, what set them apart was not their presentation online, but rather as a live act. At the fore of the then emerging trend of combining live

From sci-fi gospel to another great Soulwax remix, 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.  Kelly Lee Owens – Sonic 8 On 2018’s Inner Song, Welch DJ and musician Kelly

From disco revivals to melancholic UKG, 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.    Florence + The Machine – My Love  The first two singles of Florence + The Machine’s

Two decades ago, Mark Knight established the Toolroom label. In the years since, Toolroom has become synonymous with championing innovation in electronic dance music, with the label becoming an essential point of reference for quality and cutting-edge tech-house, house, and techno. The establishment of The Toolroom Academy would set the

Öona Dahl found music on cassette tapes. As a young girl in upstate New York, she would listen to countless reams of old music in her living room, later going on to draw up sketches of ideas on software like Fruity Loops. Music for her has always been tactile. It’s

From contemporary acid techno to a remastering of a forgotten 90’s techno gem, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. In no particular order:    LSDXOXO – SMD The new single from Berlin-based breakout LSDXOXO is another techno scorcher that combines their Philly techstep and queer club influences with

Hailed by critics as “one of techno’s most sought-after acts of the decade” Space 92’s recent rise to superstardom has been meteoric to say the least. One of the best selling techno artists in the world for the third consecutive year in 2021, the prolific, in-demand Frenchman now looks to

From Sherelle’s BPM boosted jungle to Alice Glass’s cybergoth lo-fi synthpop, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. In no particular order:  OXIA – FATE When we spoke with iconic French producer Oxia earlier this year, he warned us of an incoming EP. Fate would be the EP in

“Soph, is this camera on?” comes the unmistakable deep drawl of Tucker Halpern from the other side of the laptop screen. It’s 10:00 in Miami, the adopted home of New York house-pop duo Sofi Tukker and once their camera comes into focus, they’re bathed in late morning sunlight looking languorous

Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Michelle Sparks is quickly making a name for herself as an icon of American techno. Her sound is a future leaning blend of barebones minimalism and deft musicality, meshing the atmospheric with the propulsive. Her luscious basslines and euphoria-inducing breakdowns have found a home on LA-based label Octopus Recordings, for

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