Maya Jane Coles has kicked some massive goals over the past three years, remixing acts like Massive Attack, The xx and the Gorrillaz, recording a ‘BBC Essential Mix,’ winning a swag of house and DJ awards and now releasing her debut album, Comfort.
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Tunng have evolved into a band that is capable of melding folk and electronica into a successful match made in heaven. Turbines, their fifth album release, is a seamless experience that folktronic dreams are made of.
‘Faces’ is an excellent debut EP from indie-dance crew Conics, the follow-up to their celebrated single ‘This Moment.’
19-year-old Melbourne producer LUCIANBLOMKAMP has let loose his spine-tingling new single, ‘You & Me,’ featuring fellow Melbournian Rosebud Leach on vocals. Sounds like: M83, Gold Panda and Shlohmo.
New four-track EP, ‘Up Here, in the Future,’ from 20-year-old electronic producer Spoonty is fucking good.
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Using the pseudonym of Daftside, Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington have once again teamed-up; this time to remix Daft Punk’s ‘Random Access Memories’ in its entirety.
From first listen, I’lls’ latest offering A Warm Reception embraced me tightly and didn’t let go. Warm and comfortable, it also made me a little melancholy in a beautiful way; like a joyful cry.
Last month, AM & Shawn Lee released sophomore album La Musique Numérique while today we present the music video for latest single ‘Good Blood.’
By melding 70s sounds with modern electronic elements, the Midnight Juggernauts’ sound has matured and given new album ‘Uncanny Valley’ a simultaneously vintage and futuristic flair.
Bigger, darker, introverted and aggressive: these are words that spring to mind when listening to ‘Kveikur,’ the seventh studio album from Iceland’s favourite export, Sigur Rós.