Yally – Dread Risk

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Yally is a collaboration between London-based Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead, known more commonly as the electronic duo Raime.

The band describes their Yally alias as an exploration of “Bass Futures” yet it sounds more like a nod to the Prodigy-esque jungle and garage vibe from early 90s London.

Dread Risk‘ is an absolute heater. It cuts and chops to grime basslines with dub techno thrown into the mix. Meanwhile, the album's second track ‘U-Eff-O' seems to mellow out to 2-step vibes.

 


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Edn Hak – Wanderer

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Parisian producer Edn Hak makes his own Burial-esque interpretation on his new Reapers EP. ‘Wanderer' is one of the standout cuts. It crackles on the surface before dipping into delicate, heartwarming samples and kicks.


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Joy Orbison -Rite Ov/Walworth Window

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“I still have a lot of time for putting out 12 inches.” – Joy Orbison

He wasn't lying. It's been five years since his last solo release, but Joy Orbison is back with all new EP on his own label TOSS PORTAL.

‘Rite Ov' steps into a dub groove that even Mark Ernestus would appreciate. I just wish I had a better sound system to do the bass justice.

The frequencies on ‘Walworth Window' sour into a testy beat for the ages. Vocal sample A+.

Download the EP on Bandcamp


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Boxcutter – Canopy

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Boxcutter AKA Barry Lynn (image via headphone commute)

Boxcutter is Northern Ireland electronic producer Barry Lynn. I first discovered him back in 2006 with the drum machine track ‘Skuff'd‘ on his Oneiric album debut.

Boxcutter has released multiple albums, EPs, and singles since but on his latest track ‘Canopy,' he's proving once again that class is permanent. The chopped jazz break is sure to delight fans who admire his moody dubstep aesthetic.

Grab it on Bandcamp


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Big Peace – Peace: Diva

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Big Peace, also known as Big War, is a producer and a co-founder of the multidisciplinary Generic Greeting Collective in Manchester, UK.

According to the Bandcamp page, the Peace/War album is a collection of hip-hop beats made from 2010 – 2016 that incorporate elements of Balearic dance music, dub, and grime. The vibe is next-level, to say the least, as is the artwork.

Favorite tracks:  Peace: Aisha, Diva, War: Hypeeee, War: Bonus edit, Bonus: Eternity

Download on Bandcamp and nod ya head.

PS. For similar tunes, check out Paul White and Illum Sphere.


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Burial I caught this image in a smoothie shop in Venice. The face that rides over the clock is a reflection that looks like Burial’s first album cover.
Burial I caught this image in a smoothie shop in Venice. The face that rides over the clock is a reflection that looks like Burial’s first album cover.

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