Eusebeia will make his debut on RuptureLDN this week with the ‘You Reap What You Sow’ EP.
Giant Swan’s Robin Stewart will release a new solo EP, ‘Albatross’, this week.
The five-track EP will be released via ipaadi, a new label launched by DJ and INTERVENTION founder Ifeoluwa.
LNS and DJ Sotofett will release their debut collaborative album this month.
Canadian producer LNS, who has previously released on Norway’s DJ Sotofett’s Wania label, brings her distinct electro-dub fusion to the fore across these 15 tracks, while Sotofett himself brings a trademark hypnotism and groove to proceedings. The outcome is an oddball odyssey of tough grooves, squelchy bass lines and wonky electronics.
UK producer Morwell will release his debut album, ‘Souls’, this month.
Elements of jungle, breakbeat, footwork, dub and more are stitched into a futuristic sci-fi tapestry across these 14 tracks, which attempt to channel the euphoria and adrenaline of formative raves and sounds, while simultaneously creating an immersive, otherworldly atmosphere.
Cloudsteppers, the collaborative project of Toronto’s Ciel and Dan Only, will release their debut EP via Londons’ X-Kalay in July.
The project originated after a jam session in Dan Only’s NDG 208 studio in 2019, and the EP’s first two cuts came together quickly. After those tracks went down so well during pre-pandemic tour shows, the pair decided to get together again when restrictions loosened in during the summer of 2020, completing their four-track EP, 'The Limit', which flits excitedly from razor-sharp jungle into cosmic techno and warped, techy garage.
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Toronto’s Emissive will release his new EP, ‘Wave Science’, via Pacific Rhythm next week.
Jamaican vocalist Shanique Marie will release her debut album, ‘Gigi’s House’, next month.
UK techno producer JoeFarr returns in June with his first EP of the year, ‘Surface Tension’.
He describes the four track release as one that’s “meant to be heard in a club but probably won’t be”, but we’d be inclined to disagree. JoeFarr pulls no punches across these storming techno tracks, flexing his knack for producing the biggest of big-room rhythms, without ever sacrificing their technical class. Once clubs re-open, these four tracks should be in the arsenals of many a DJ heading back into the wild.
Worst Behavior co-founder Bell Curve will release her debut album, ‘Unstable Orbit’, next month.
In keeping with the label’s flair for futuristic genre hybrids, the 12-track LP finds the New York producer fusing elements of jungle, footwork, electro, grime, dancehall and more. Depth-charge bass bursts, rib-shaking rhythms and glorious melodies are alchemised to create a collection of irresistibly colourful club music, from peak-time belters to floor-filling mood pieces.
Chris Stussy and S.A.M. have collaborated on a new project.
Following the launch of his Up The Stuss imprint in November last year, Amsterdam-based DJ/producer Chris Stussy has announced that he will make his debut on the imprint next month, with a project produced alongside Copenhagen-born, Berlin-based S.A.M..