New remix of Worpo's “Vicious Circle” from the ceaselessly skilled Fybe.one. The Londoner — who also dabbles in illustration and graphic design — always impresses with his intricate and melodic high quality creations. Scope the track below, and download it from Worpo’s Vicious Circle EP, available via the German collective Noorden.
John Talabot and Pional in the building. Again. Much to our delight, the Spaniards have given “So Will Be Now” the vinyl treatment, issuing a limited press of the original plus a freshly mixed club revision. You’ll find the latter below, so get listening stat. Purchase the record courtesy of Permanent Vacation if you feel so inclined.
Catching Flies releases his latest single from The Long Journey Home, his highly anticipated follow up to The Stars, which will be available on June 17 via Indigo Soul. You can find out more information about his upcoming release on his website, and enjoy more of his music on his Soundcloud page for listening. Personally, I am a major fan of the emotive quality of his music, and I absolutely love the cover art involved with his upcoming release as well. Enjoy!
More bumpin’ club music from the house hub of Bristol — what else is new? Red hot vocalist-producer duo AZ&TOR, formed by Zoe Aisha and The Only Richard, assembled this edit of “Resend” for a free release from MadTech Records and Crystal Culture in March. It’s a fun, well-produced track indicative of their undeniable mainstream appeal — think AlunaGeorge but, you know, “deeper”. Get groovin’ and grab the download below.
Bonus: this freestyle Zoe did with Wretch 32 showcasing her vocal prowess and soulful roots.
Couldn’t resist sharing this one. Brighton-based Bailey has reworked City High’s 90s classic “What Would You Do?" for the dancefloor with a bout of "Disclosure vibes” (his tag, not ours!) via sweeping percussion and 2step riffs to enstill that contemporary UK funky flair. Enjoy it below, and head over to SubSoul's YouTube channel for the download tomorrow.
Another reason to love Jamie Grind: he’s giving away his Short Stories About People EP for free. The dancefloor maestro flexes his production chops in a big way on what is possibly our favorite release from him yet. He tactfully fuses house, garage and R&B influences to construct a cohesive EP comprised of a slick preface and two fantastic feel-good tracks. Download Short Stories About People immediately.
We’ve had Baths' new album Obsidian on repeat all week. It’s an incredible release from a production and lyrical standpoint, and we highly recommend checking it out. “Miasma Sky” is one of my many highlights.
Kick your weekend into drive with “Out of Brookyln”, a club-approved house cut from one of our favorite recent discoveries, Daniel Curpen of London. The young producer is already responsible for a slew of dark, memorable house tracks that fit nicely into the deeper end of the spectrum, inducing both movement and thought in listeners. “Out of Brooklyn” appears on Daniel’s Representin’ EP, released earlier this month by All Over It Records. Give it a spin below.
We’re regretfully late on this one. Our buddy Snacs released his six-track Meaning Of EP on Bandcamp back in March, and it’s absolutely worth a listen. Actually, make that multiple listens. Each mesmerizing synth-heavy track tells its own story, as Snacs is a master of emotional undertones. Meaning Of showcases the young producer’s distinctly affecting sound, comprised of astute samples, intricate percussion and commanding melodies. Enjoy the lovely EP below.
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An exceptional debut single from the shoegaze duo Boardwalk. With its sweet melodies and thick atmosphere, the lovely “I’m To Blame” is warm and immediately agreeable — like a hazy summer heatwave offset by a gentle breeze. Stones Throw will release Boardwalk’s debut album later this year, so get the duo on your radar stat.