Posts tagged "UKG"

Overmono – Good Lies

In the seven years since UK electronic music duo Overmono broke onto the scene, the brothers Tom and Ed Russell have, rather quickly, set the standard for the bass and breaks revival that they entered into. From the offset, their style and approach to production was distinct – minimal conglomerations

The potential relationship between gqom and grime reveal significant similarities between the two styles, with both arising from Black, urban spaces and driven by the disillusionment of radical Black youth culture. These similarities have begun to be explored by pioneers of both genres, the recent collaboration between DJ Lag and

“It’s sort of everyone’s dream to work with Todd Edwards, right?” Those are the sentiments of London-based dance producer, The Blessed Madonna, when asked about her recent collaboration with the legendary producer and vocalist whose voice was a staple on 90’s dance tracks. The Blessed Madonna has been on a

Recently seen behind the scenes of Kelela’s On The Run, Toronto DJ and producer Bambii is arguably one of the most exciting new acts to emerge from the Great North’s queer club circuit. Her exhilarating productions are the sort of tracks that sweep you up and leave you winded, non-stop

From dark industrial bass to new music from a legendary techno act, we roundup our favourite tracks of the week. Listen below.    Shygirl – Playboy / Positions In revealing the deluxe version of her debut album Nymph, UK rapper and pop artist Shygirl has shared remixes of Nymph tracks

British electronic duo Overmono are about to release their debut album, Good Lies. It seems like a strange thought, given how ingrained they are in the culture of contemporary British club music. By all accounts, they’ve become essential players in the scene, akin to Burial in status, their work in

The past two years have seen German producer Bryan Müller, AKA Skee Mask, establish himself as a contemporary visionary in electronic music. His sound, which spans from vaporous manifestations of techno to minimal deconstructions of bass and breaks, gathers influences from leaders in club music over the past two decades

High-calibre record label Quality Goods Records has recently unveiled its sixth compilation QGRC-006. With it, the label continues its tradition of releasing an annual compilation wherein they provide budding artists the opportunity to stand beside established musical talent. “As part of our mission, we aim to bring attention to artists

If anyone over the past year can truly claim the title of ‘viral sensation,’ it’s the UK’s PinkPantheress. The alt-pop singer’s quick, energetic tracks may be programmed for the algorithm that thrust her into the cultural conversation, but it’s her undeniable talent that has made her a part of discourse.

Last month, we were treated to the unexpected return of Joy Overmono, the joint project between British post-dubstep, underground UKG icons Joy Orbison and Overmono. While this second coming gave us another opportunity to lament over their moniker’s missed opportunity (OverJoyo was literally right there), it also provided us with

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