Has Burial grown softer? The king of ambient has released a new track from his label Hyperdub’s new ‘10.4’ compilation. And though it’s still the Burial we know, it seems the Englishman peeps out from the muddy, murky London underground and add in some melodic sounds to the Burial signature sound. It’s surprisingly good and […]
For the third time Danish wonder trio AV AV AV make some noise. They just released an awesome bootleg of James Blake’s ‘Cmyk’ and at the same time announced that they’re ‘shaping up their first release’ according to their own words. AV AV AV consist of three of the most talented characters on the Danish […]
With Ifan Dafydd it’s all about the atmosphere. Earlier on he has taken us through the woods and now he’s at it with another branch of melancholy, low pitch voice and electronic music added instruments such as the elegantly mixed in guitar. The single is officially to be released in December on British label Push […]
How to describe a success that keeps repeating itself? The always omnipresent ELOQ has put away all side projects for a moment and produced another very well done remix. This time we get to experience some of the old ELOQ mixed together with the ‘new one’. Some of the melodic aspect, that I personally first […]
You remember K. Rudd? He’s one of our biggest surprises this year, so naturally we have to check out the latest track he features on. Alongside Innovators Cloud K. Rudd fits his dark, hazy and lazy flow nicely into this equally dark production. We’re still excited about K. Rudd.
Drizzy is at it with three new tracks, which you’ve probably already heard by now. However we want to bring the focus to our favorite of the three tracks, ‘How Bout Now’. Personally I’m a fan of the sound being kept closely to ‘Nothing Was the Same’. I still occasionally listen to the whole album […]
Once again we’re here with a surprising remix of a track from BANKS’ recent album release. Last time it was Danish trio Nonsens and this time, Parisian wonderkid Stwo is at it. The remix is eminent. It clearly features some of Stwo’s recent hip hop inspiration which ends up suiting BANKS brilliantly.
If you’re no stronger to this site you know one of our faves is and will always be Copenhagen based ELOQ. The always genre expanding and ditto exploring producer gives his take on what the future bring on a quick mix that’ll give you a good start to the week.