Since their debut release in 2013, the duo of Australian singer/musician Matt Van Schie (Van She) and London-based producer/DJ Matthew Haymes (Mighty Mouse) have been creating and releasing sparkling, emotional disco singles under the moniker Du Tonc. On October 20th, they released their new track “High” into the world and it does not disappoint. The arpeggiated opening of the track rises in tension, then launches into the atmospheric synth pads that

The hotness from overseas just keeps on flowing. Up next on the repeat platter is a delicious offering of the song “Order To The Senses” by a Berlin duo known as Snacks, remixed by a Stockholm producer and DJ named Kornél Kovács who features the tune as a B-side track on his debut EP/10″, Szamár. In its original state, “Order To The Senses” gives off soft and translucent house vibes with airy vocals

Peggy Gou
With a busy DJ scehdule (including stops at HYTE, Hï Ibiza, and Dekmantel this summer) and head turning 12″‘s for Rekids and Technicolour, Berlin-based producer Peggy Gou has been having a hell of a year. Her hot streak continues with a remix of Shy Luv‘s “Time” for Black Butter Records. Gou takes the 80s boogie-informed feel good vocals and flute melodies of the original mix and adds a foot-stomping lo-fi

Avalon Emerson
This Friday, the pivotal 90s shoegaze band Slowdive will return with a self-titled new album, their first in 22 years. Ahead of the release of the album, Avalon Emerson has been tapped for an official remix of “Sugar For The Pill”. Emerson’s wide-screen take begins in an open field, synth burbles slowly form into a spry melody reminiscent of Boards Of Canada‘s early tone-bent memory markers while Rachel Goswell’s vocals

Chris Kelly Profile
So, here’s the thing about writers. We do a lot of writing and analyzing and intellectualizing about everybody else’s offerings to art and culture, but who writes about the writers?  Who’s the real person behind the byline?  Chris Kelly is constantly in search of a deep, emotional connection with music, art, and his community.  His impetus to write is driven by politics, artwork of all types — whether it be