Stolen Velour will release a new EP, ‘Onyx’, via Brooklyn’s Kindergarten Records this week. Listen to ‘Tibi Bat’ below.
Following an appearance on the label's 'Fluo II' compilation earlier this year, 'Onyx' marks the London artist's solo debut for imprint. Across three original cuts, he takes bassy UK techno rhythms and injects them with trance melodies and hyperpop electricity. It’s pure sugar rush material, but these tracks wield more than enough grit and depth to hit headier dancefloors right in the collective chest.
Black Girl / White Girl will make their debut on Balkan Vinyl this month with the ‘777 Squadron’ EP.
Following releases on EI8HT, System-Records, He.She.They and more, The Dutch duo step up on Posthuman’s label with four irresistibly tough cuts of jackin’ acid techno badness. The pair’s rowdiest work to date, ‘777 Squadron’ will be released digitally as well as on a hand-numbered edition of 303 12".
Hear the opening track, ‘Phaeses’, below.
SOS MUSIC, Maddy Maia and Tottie's label showcasing cutting edge women in dance music, is releasing a new compilation, 'SOS MUSIC VOLUME 2'.
Out tomorrow, 12th November, the seven-track release takes in new tracks by Baby T, Yazzus, Closet Yi, Regularfantasy, Hinako Omori, Maddy Maia & Tottie themselves, and Aura T-09. You can hear six figure gang Yazzus’ turbo-charged hardcore cut, ‘Andromeda’, below.
Montréal’s Priori will release a new album, ‘Your Own Power’, this month via NAFF, the label he co-founded with fellow producer Ex-Terrestrial. You can have an exclusive first listen to the album track, ‘Oyl’, below.
Mexico City-based producer chapel will self-release a new EP, ‘always / where did the river go?’, this month. You can hear ‘where did the river go’ below.
Joyce Muniz returns to Pets Recordings this week with the release of her ‘Flashes On The Floor’ EP. You can hear the track, ‘Mindcraft’, below.
The Brazilian DJ and producer follows her 2020 debut for the label, ‘Glass Mistress’, with four more cuts of bouncing house music that balance vibrancy and melody with a light dose of tech toughness. The EP also comes paired with a collaboration with Chicago’s Alinka, and a remix from Fouk.
UK duo Konessi will release a new EP via FKOF Records this week.
The pair of Simon Horne (of Nanobyte) and Ry Edwards serve up five cuts of emotional bass sonics on their second ever release, taking percussive, dubstep forms and tempo while adding the lightness and warmth familiar to fans of Four Tet and Mount Kimbie. You can hear the lush ‘KAMBO’ below.
It marks Horne’s return to FKOF Records for the first time in eight years, following Nanobyte’s lauded 2014 release on the label.
Holloway will release a new EP, ‘Odysseys’, via UK online platform/store turned label Earful of Wax this month.
Following releases on labels such as All Centre, Shall Not Fade, INSTINCT and Bluff Records, the south London producer launches Earful of Wax’s new 10” release series with two cuts that comb nimble percussion through thick blankets of dubstep pressure. You can hear the opening track, ‘Chat Bad’, below.
Leo Pol will release his debut album, ‘Be Mine’, via his own IILE in December. You can hear the title track below.
The Parisian producer lays an electro foundation across these nine tracks, folding everything from new age synths to cosmic d&b into its Detroit-indebted base. Collaborations on the EP come from fellow Parisian Bambounou, Finnish artist Pekko and vocalist Keke.
Seoul’s Liu Lee will release her debut EP, ‘Jasmine’, via NET GALA and Danja Gunz NBDKNW label this week. You can hear the closing track, ‘Kiss Me’, below.
Fusing elements of eerie R&B with ‘90s techno, breaks and electroclash, the five-track release taps into the theme of the “loveless world of apocalypse”. With provocative vocal performances and lyricism, transmitted through tough rhythms, harsh bass and eerie melodic atmospheres, it’s a striking introduction to the artist with mixing from NET GALA.