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Nikitch – ‘All The Best’ (Cascade Records)

Nicolas Morant is a curious and versatile musician. At first trained as a child to classical music through the learning of the flute, he opens into new artistic languages as jazz or electronic music within several different bands or projects.

Darkhouse Family – ‘Solid Gold’ EP

First Word are proud to introduce the new EP from their latest signings Darkhouse Family. The production duo consisting of Don Leisure and Metabeats have previously released music through Fat City and Earnest Endeavours, building up a dedicated fanbase that includes Gilles Peterson, Gaslamp Killer

Devonwho – ‘Lyon’

Leaving Records presents a crispy EP for the neo beat-scene of 2016 “Lyon is a long-awaited syrupy EP invention from potent electro-funk producer Devonwho.

Elusive – ‘Textures’

Alpha Pup Presents: Brimming with offbeat beauty, Elusive’s new album “Textures” features a unique electronic warmth that is created with an infinity of unusual sounds. Dissected vocals and the crackle of lo-fi static permeate the release with layers of soul, a showcase for Elusive’s artful,

Le Motel – ‘OKA’ EP

Cosmic Compositions Presents: OKA, which means “listen” in Bayaka language, is a metaphorical journey between various worldwide tribes. Starting and closing with a lullaby from a mother to her child, the 9 tracks depict a day of passing by rain dances, odes to forest spirits

TEHBIS – ‘Tales of Genji’

Hit+Run Presents TEHBIS, a producer from the depths of North London, first gained the public’s attention from having his beats played by DJs Kutmah (Izwid) and Gilles Peterson (Brownswood).

Anarchostar Presents: Silkie – ‘Fractals’

New Artist/Essential Listening Silkie’s heavily anticipated third studio album “Fractals” as well as the second chapter in the label-long space opera of the Anarchostar has arrived. The album plays host to a different, more cosmic, wide-range of ideas and influences from Solomon; all laid out

Henry Wu – ‘Negotiate’ EP

Here’s (almost) everything you need to know about Henry Wu With hip hop sensibility applied to both ends of the synth boogie spectrum, Henry Wu has got the streets talking.

Kaytranada Spring Mixtape for Bromance

Put a spring in your step, this mix is sooo dope! As Kaytranada would say, “Dance to the music you ugly muthapukkaz.” The DJ, who just released his Spring Mixtape for Bromance Records, is a little bit hip-hop, a little bit electronic and lotta beat

Shak. – “Empty Rooms”

Whoa!!! Hold the phone! After just uploading shak.’s collaborative effort with fellow Netherlands producer, Oiigi, we find that shak. has just released Empty Rooms. Wow! It’s pretty amazing! This album’s sound reminds me a lot of XXYYXX.

Oiigi X shak. “CoMPILATION”

Oiigi X shak. – both are lesser know artists to us, if it wasn’t for shak’s amazing Same Time, Same Places track which was part of Cosmic Compositions Avant Garde Series Vol​.​2, we may have never have heard of him. He reminds me of a

James Blake “Overgrown”

James Blake’s Overgrown Is Bone-Chillingly Brilliant! His songs are so dark, so haunting, so deeply poignant, he is such an outstanding musician and composer, it’s hard to believe he is only 24-years-young! Head over to iTunes to cop Overgrown

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B. Lewis – “Finding Incandescence”

Finding Incandescence is the new full-length from genre-hopper B.Lewis, a San Francisco-based producer who’s tackled everything from Brainfeeder-y slappers to sample-focused boom-bap. And on here, he’s adding a strong dose of soul to the mix, thanks in part to the use of his own vocals