Kxngs is an electronic music producer from Brixton, London. His debut EP Earth Sign dropped on the Ex-local label. Describing Kxngs craft other than worldly is hard. As he says, “No real Genre, just music.” His track “Through the Storm” premiered on the Boiler Room: Lined with kinetic kuduro rhythms and shooting dynamic vocals, “Through […]
Square Lines – Shingaya Square Calibre – Groove Seeker Lone – Backtail Was Heavy CO/R – Bells, Walking Overlook – Misty Mieux – Rust Throwing Snow – One for the Booth Ash Walker – They Do Not Know Yet Débruit – Duman Clark – Shadow Banger Alix Perez – Had I Known Andy Stott – […]
“Take your dreams seriously.” That’s the piece of advice Bedford, England electronic artist Lil Silva writes on his Facebook page. After featuring his track ‘No Doubt’ on my Best of 2013, he’s back at it once again with some soul and breaks on ‘Lines’ via the Jimi EP. Snag it
Always pushing forward. That’s how you could describe Manchester electronic producer Andy Stott‘s music. He gave up making formulaic club tracks to focus on pionneering weirder “knackered house,” combining “sludgy tempos, grainy sounds, dense atmospheres.” He continues exploring new sounds on his latest album Too Many Voices. Perhaps the most interesting track is ‘Selfish,’ where […]
Pessimist is Bristol electronic beat maker Kristian Jabs. According to his discography he’s released tracks on a slew of drum n bass labels since 2010. But his latest 12″ ‘Balaklava’ on the Blackest Ever Black’s imprint A14 appears to be one of his filthiest releases to date. The tune cracks in minimalism, as the label […]
DJ Rum is UK electronic producer Felix Manuel. His latest drop the Forgetting EP blends a melange of vibes including jazz, juke, and breakbeat rhythms. The track ‘Projection’ sounds like a Cinematic Orchestra piece. It’s hard to nail down the best track from the genre-hopping EP; all tracks are tasty in their own right. But […]
Todd Modes is a house producer from Detroit. ‘Knossos’ is one of the standout tracks from his newest record Native Visions. The song pairs a saxophone and faint echoes to a continental Balearic rhythm. If you dig this, be sure to check out the Kiwi brothers from Chaos in the CBD.
Unknown Archetype is a collaboration between underground techno producers Roxy Tripp & Oliver Kucera. The duo’s new track ‘Tripp’ is a pulsating industrial roller with a dope music video playing off the force of white noise.
Dark, deep, delicious — how else to describe the timeless music from Belfast drum n bass artist Calibre, who’s new album Grow just dropped on DJ Craig Richards’ /tnslp001″>The Nothing Special label. Big up to Richards on the dope album artwork as well. Favorite tracks: Groove Seeker, Sand Promise, Without You, Mention