Canadian producer Clarian will release his new single 'Television Days' tomorrow 20th April. Lifted from his album of the same name, which came out in February, the track is a dreamy, shoegaze infused R&B jam for late night walks with headphones and your thoughts.
Patrick Gibin AKA TwICE has earned quite the reputation over the past number of years through his impeccable edits, most notably his stellar Black Aroma re-edits series.
Disco Halal’s latest offering comes from London-based DJ/producer Alex Warren. ‘Mountains of Dew’, set for release on 12” vinyl this Friday 13th April, is the producer’s ode to his childhood spent living in the Scottish Highlands, his formative years spent in clubs in Edinburgh and Glasgow and the idea of “Cha deoch-slàint, i gun a tràghadh” or “It’s no health if the glass is not emptied”.
Honey Dijon teamed up with Smirnoff back in October 2017 as part of the ‘We’re Open’ campaign which aims to “promote inclusive nighttime culture and celebrate nightlife's ability to transcend gender boundaries and prejudice”.
Will Gulseven AKA High Class Filter’s Scuffed Recordings launched in October 2017 with DJ Ronald Reagan’s ferocious ‘Cold War Funk’ EP. Along with Definite Party Material's Ian DPM, Gulseven has been using the label to champion emerging leftfield house and techno with some stellar results.
Now, High Class Filter is set to launch his own EP on the label in the form of ‘Elemental’. The leading track from the release, ‘Robbed’ - premiering below – is a percussive, supercharged cut of wiry electronics and hectic rhythm, made for peak time flailing.
A few months back, burgeoning Spanish imprint Cenital Recordings made a statement of intent courtesy of Greek producer Ekkohaus, who delivered with aplomb on the expert sounds of the ‘E for Ekko’ EP. Their latest endeavour sees them capitalise on the release’s appeal with a remix package featuring no less than six reworks. Among those playing prominent roles here are Marcos in Dub, Rafa Santos, Fractalis, Hyman Bass and Cenital boss, Oncina.
Everyone stop whatever the heck it is you’re doing because it does not matter! This is the best track you will hear all week.
JG Wilkes, one half of the untouchable Glasgow-based DJ/production/label duo Optimo (Espacio), and their longstanding mastering engineer James Savage have teamed up for a new release on Huntleys & Palmers' sub-label Belters.
Under the Naum Gabo alias, the pair’s latest EP tomorrow 6th April – . Below, we are premiering the five-track EP’s standout banger, ‘250914ªº (Night Mix)’ and we cannot get over it at all.
Contemporary funk vocalist and songwriter Gizelle Smith’s new album ‘Ruthless Day’ opens with an addictive cut by the name of ‘Dust’. On it, the London-based performer, who was bandleader for Hamburg outfit The Mocambo before going solo, delivers an energetic and catchy vocal on top of a classic funk backdrop, giving it a memorable, uplifting quality that, once heard, is frankly impossible to shake.
NYC DJ/producer Hunter Lombard FKA Peal will release her debut EP tomorrow 4th April on Brooklyn’s Jack Dept label. The ‘Eris’ EP features three fierce and hypnotic original cuts, fusing techno, ambient and electro elements with intoxicating results.