A garage quickie to start your day from Hybrid Theory. Classy and it gets the thumbs up in the soundcloud comments from the legend that is EL-B. We wanna hear this in a club and get our grind on!
There’s so much good music spilling into our inbox this week we have all these brilliant tracks to share with you…
First up, the latest release on NYC’s Nurvous Records which has recently been pushing some mighty fine garage house. This track’s from newcomer Reset Safari and it’s punchy deep garage-tinged house with a killer bass. Out next week.
‘Time Is But A Moment’ is the seventh release in the 12×12 series from Jesse Rose; a project where he releases an EP or a single each month on the 12th for 12 months, all leading to a full EP in January. This months offering features gorgeous glossy soulful vocals and features a nice gentle build up and chilled vibe.
The big man of bass and the guy who wears the freaky headgear have teamed up for a catchy quirky club track. TEED & Eats Everything made this track for TEED’s upcoming release on Crosstown Rebels ‘Get Lost VI’. This dramatic drop remix comes from 4Lux boss, Gerd. It’s pretty sikk!
Dusk Underground Music has a hawt new EP out and we’re especially loving Lee Sanderson’s remix of ‘Andy SowerBeats – Don’t Phase Me’. Deep house with soulful vocals and funkin’ sexxii vibe! Winning formula.
Finally, one of our favourite labels Aus had a new release out on Monday. This one’s from Komon it’s really warm and upbeat. We love both tracks but ‘Poly Sum’ especially for that awesome groove. Expect to hear these out. Buy the EP here.
We’ll stop talking now 🙂
DAMH is an exciting new project from two well known producers, who have decided to keep it anonymous, but we’ve been given this clue ‘it’s safe to say these two know their stuff with original content being found on the likes of Pampa Recordings and IRR.’ Hmmm who could it be?
Out on Stem Records their debut 2-track EP is something a bit different that we’re really liking. Title track ‘Take2’ is a dreamy house tune filled with breezy summery melodies and warped, monkey vocals layered with more soulful samples. The second track ‘What a Waste of Time’ is bouncy, happy and infectious. Warpy synths and barber-shop-style vocal samples give it a whimsical edge and a warm jolly glow. We think we may have an inkling who’s behind these lovely tracks…do you? Whoever it is, we’re looking forward to hearing more.
Out on Stem Records on 18th August
Alchem are a 16yr old duo from Stockholm who are producing some super chilled ambient beats. Their debut EP is super pretty and relaxing. Here’s the blurb:
A five chapter EP who’s minimalism diverts into five different experiments of recreating space, capturing those sensational moments where we become part of something so special that it escapes our thoughts. Inspired by our accelerated notion of time, it extracts a focus on what is not happening rather than what is happening, bringing to light the state of mind we seem to so anxiously strive for. It reconstructs moments where time and complete indulgence synch:
“For gleam to occur, there must be a source of light that quickly and briefly cracks through a small area. These moments represents the things that happen in the music. The whole source of where the light comes from, filling much outside space, is what is not happening in the music, because it’s all around us.”
Funny little tykes.