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Mount Kimbie – MK 3.5: Die Cuts | City Planning

In September, UK electronic and alternative music duo Mount Kimbie shook the status quo with the release of their EP, MK 3.5: In Your Eyes & A Deities Encore | Q & Quartz. Kai Campos and Dom Maker challenged the boundaries of what it means to release music as a

Returning from a three-year break from the music business, duo Stööki Sound have picked up where they left off in 2019, making gritty electronic trap music that hits as hard as it did then. Having previously worked alongside UZ, the masked grandfather of the genre, the dynamic duo have turned

Few acts in electronic music have been as thrillingly enigmatic as Fever Ray, the solo project of The Knife’s Karin Dreijer. Their 2009 eponymous and lauded debut album introduced Fever Ray as a genderless forrest spirt, a witchy and often faceless being hidden beneath primordial masks and tribalistic markings. Then,

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

From 90’s flavoured progressive trance to 80’s inspired synthpop, 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.   Shygirl – NIKE Taken from her forthcoming debut album NYMPH, Nike is a classic

As the world falls further into a Kpop hole, it feels like the music coming out of Japan’s neon soaked scene has become increasingly overlooked. It’s a shame, because whatever is going on in Jpop is ostensibly more interesting. Let’s be clear: this is not a case of Kpop vs.

Producers eevee and sweeep paint the town red with their new album vandalism and selfcare, a confident composition that leaves the impression that the duo is dedicated to pushing the limits of their craft. Listening to the project, released by Secret Souls, we ventured into a discovery of the pair’s

Featuring remixes and new singles from left-field artists, 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.   Santigold – Nothing  On the third single from upcoming album Spirituals, alt-pop artist Santigold looks

For New York native Levon Vincent, the sound of the city is the sound of home, a space he understands inherently and intricately. The DJ and producer is a bit of a nomad, having adopted Berlin and London as home, but it’s the streets, sounds, and culture of New York

Jerry Folk’s latest single ‘U Got It’ is bound to be any trap aficionado’s kryptonite with its delightful jagged flow. The track also features seamless vocal sampling that draws strong comparisons to the profound works of world-renowned hip-hop artist Lauryn Hill. Released today via Folkestad Recordings, this single is set

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