Loraine James has released a new single and accompanying video, 'Running Like That'.
The track, which features vocals from Canada-born, London-based singer Eden Samara, is lifted from James' new album, 'Reflection', which is out on Hyperdub on Friday, June 4th.
Samara says the song's lyrics are about being chased by the voices in your head. "I was imagining a car chase between someone and their shadow self," she says.
Loraine James has shared a new track from her forthcoming album.
Titled 'Let's Go', the single is the second track to be shared from James' forthcoming album ‘Reflection’, which was announced in back in March alongside lead single 'Simple Stuff'. The new album follows her 2019 breakthrough LP ‘For You & I’, which DJ Mag crowned as its favourite release of that year.
Bristol experimental pop group Poisonous Birds have invited an array of artists to remix their 2020 EP, ‘We Can Never Not Be All Of Us’.
The group released their EP in August 2020, and have now enlisted artists including Loraine James, ASTRYD, Fever 103° and Delay Grounds to put their own spin on the tracklist, which fused elements of art rock, pop and techno into a maximalist, emotional collection.
Sheffield's No Bounds festival has revealed full details of its return for later this year.
Scheduled from October 15th to 17th, the festival will take place, as ever, at its main Hope Works base, as well as at other venues in Sheffield. DJ sets have been confirmed from the likes of SHERELLE, Ben UFO, India Jordan, Helena Hauff, Batu, Joy Orbison, Anz, Kode9, Juliana Huxtable and Aurora Halal.
Loraine James will release a new album via Hyperdub in June.
Titled ‘Reflection’, James’ new album follows her 2019 breakthrough LP ‘For You & I’, which DJ Mag crowned as its favourite release of that year.
Set for release in June, the album was made in the summer of 2020, and is described as “a turbulent expression of inner-space”, and examines the experience of the past year from the perspective of a young, queer Black woman.
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Loraine James, GLOR1A, and Demigosh are confirmed for a Spectacular Empire live stream as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival, which is being held entirely online this year and runs from 13th - 22nd November.
Partnering with Between the Lines Festival, the full programme includes boundary-pushing and genre-straddling electronic names like Leafcutter John and Erased Tapes.
North London-based producer and artist Loraine James is releasing another record on Hyperdub, the EP 'Nothing'.
With four tracks in total, the release promises shifting moods and emotions, tracking an arc from a low mood to a moment of clarity.
After publicly reaching out for collaborators who complement the feelings of her instrumentals, the record sees James working with Uruguayan singer and producer Lila Tirdo a Violeta, Farsi language rapper Tardast, and HTRK frontwoman Jonnine Standish.
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