Nervous Horizon will release a 10-track compilation next month.
Celebrating five years of releases, TSVI and Wallwork's imprint will continue its compilation series with 'NH VOL 3', showcasing some of the label's affiliates. The compilation will be released on the 15th November, with the press releasing sharing 'NH VOL 3' "traverses everything from reggaeton to techno, exploring some of the most upfront and abstract club sounds emanating from dance floors all over the world".
object blue has remixed Murlo as part of the latter's recently-announced 'Dolos: Flashbacks' series.
The project sees Murlo handpick a number of producers to reinterpret tracks from his latest album, 'Dolos', and launched earlier this month with Yamaneko remixing 'Ferment' from the record. object blue has taken on 'Limbos' and you can hear her interpretation of the track below.
Unsound has finalised the line-up for its 2019 edition in Kraków.
Having already announced Objekt, Violet, Opa, Eris Drew b2b Octa Octa, LSDXOXO and many more, the beloved Polish experimental music and art festival has rounded off this year's bill with the likes of object blue, TSVI b2b DJ Plead, Low Jack, Forest Swords, Citizen Boy and more.
object blue has announced a new EP, set to drop this month.
‘FIGURE BESIDE ME’ features two tracks object blue wrote around the time she met her now-fiancée in November 2017.
“Up until then I'd never made music about my life or emotions and I didn't intend to,” she wrote in a Facebook post. “But that day I sat in the silent uni library with my headphones on and the first minute of it just fell out of me into a blank Ableton project. I knew it was the dearest thing I'd made, and I've thought about it constantly over the last two years.”
Rinse FM has announced its residency programming for its next season.
The groundbreaking London station has added over 35 new names to its rotating list of residents, including Glasgow’s Big Miz, object blue (who earlier this year contributed to DJ Mag's Fresh Kicks mix series), plus Mr. Mitch - who recently dropped his dancehall-inflected ‘Primary Progressive’ EP.
Since the release of her debut EP 'Do you plan to end a siege?' via Tobago Tracks in March, London-based Object Blue has rapidly become one of the most hyped electronic artists in the city’s underground circuit. Rightfully so, given the incendiary and eclectic energy of both her live and DJ sets which have found her playing in some the most reputable venues in the UK and, lately, even further afield.
Object Blue's debut EP 'Do you plan to end a siege?' opens with a spoken passage, translated to read as an assertion of liberation, of freedom from subjugation. The EP, which is out now on fast-rising London label Tobago Tracks, promptly launches forth with fierce, jagged energy and relentless dynamism, offering a 16 minute introduction to an artist whose obsession with sound design and rhythm only transferred into music production a short three years ago.