Swede:art from Bavaria has one foot deeply sunk in 90s R’n’b and hip hop grooves and the other dropping down a pixellated pathway to the future.
We are big fans of Mike Levy, aka Gesaffelstein. His muscular, techno-funk makes our blood flow and feet twitch in the best possible way. With just a handful of releases on Turbo Recordings, the Frenchman has been making waves with expertly produced, precision engineered dance-floor bombs. So with that in mind, we are very excited – more
The first installment of our new column “TODAY WE LIKE” features Evil Nine and Aesop Rock’s “Crooked.” This track appeared on Evil Nine’s first album “You Can Be Special Too” in 2004 on Marine Parade. The Brighton-based breakbeat duo, notorious for their innovative DJ sets, bring the beats while Aesop Rock provides the vocals. The – more
When Fatima al Qadiri announced her debut release under her Ayshay alias, we jumped for joy. We’ve been following the NYC-via-Kuwait artist for some time now, and her addition to the Tri Angle roster delighted us. WARN-U will be out September 26th and will feature three of our favorite Ayshay tracks. The real surprise, however, – more
It seems as if a new way of thinking (in the music industry), initiated by New York-based bands like Hercules And Love Affair, TV on the Radio and Antony And The Johnsons is moving over to Europe. These bands all stand for openmindness, individuality and diversity in any regard, whether it is music genres, race, – more