Sicaria Sound have released a new two-track EP, '5th Gear / Quondam'.
Out now on their own CONFiDANCE imprint, the EP, which is their second release, follows on from March's four-track 'Binate' EP, which marked the first music the duo had officially released.
Brighton's Patterns venue has revealed details of its reopening series of parties, taking place from June to September.
Due to reopen in late June, in line with the UK government's current COVID-19 roadmap, the club will host DJ sets from Horse Meat Disco, Sicaria Sound, DJ Storm, Oneman and Forest Drive West, among others, in its first month back.
Sicaria Sound have a new compilation landing on their Cutcross Records label in May.
‘With The Pulse’ is the second themed compilation on the label, following February’s anonymous ‘Off Cuts’ V/A. This time, the theme is simply “percussion”, with each of the four featured producers bringing a distinct rhythmic flair to the EP’s deep dubstep atmosphere.
Sicaria Sound have recorded a mix for Local Action and Finn’s Mixtape Club series.
Stepping up for the fourth release in Local Action and Manchester DJ/producer Finn's Mixtape Club series, London-based duo Sicaria Sound have recorded "forty minutes of unrelenting rhythmic pressure from across the globe" in the form of 'Round The World Girls', with tracks from the likes of Anz, Bengal Sound, Duckem, Slikback, Nazar, 3WA and more.
Sicaria Sound will release the second EP on their Cutcross Records label this month.
Having launched with a bang back in March with a V/A EP, ‘With The Fracture’, the label’s second release is a cross-continental split release from San Francisco’s Saule and Bristol’s Hi5ghost.
This brings us to ‘Dead End’ by Unknown Artist: a dread-filled roller that mashes up grime, dubstep and dark garage; wrong-footing you with tempo changes, fills, builds and breaks. Could this be their own first production, we ask?
“Excuse me?” jokes Imbratura, with a smile. It’s been hard to find time to work on their own music, says Ndeko, similarly refusing to reveal who it is, but adding: “We’re in a good place, we can’t really say more than that.”