Today’s newest grime goodness comes to you in the form of “Milk and Biscuits” via Joe Powers aka Proc Fiskal, the newest Hyperdub Records signee, hailing from Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. This is one of the cuts off his debut EP, The Highland Mob, out yesterday digitally and on vinyl, and is an absolute belter. The track starts off with a spoken word sample asking us if we would like
Lydia Kitto is a rising producer and vocalist from Essex, United Kingdom who specializes in combining her soulful voice with free flowing and polished electronic instrumentals. Her latest single, “Ride,” is an intoxicating blend of soul, disco, jazz, and house that takes cues from artists like Floating Points and Four Tet. The track first lulls you in with plaintive jazz keys followed by a woozy bassline that keeps the song grooving
Mssingno first made waves in the realm of underground dance music three years ago with his first single, “Brandy Flip,” which was quickly followed up by his excellent debut, self-titled EP for Goon Club Allstars, released on vinyl on November 18, 2013. His signature sound employs an emotive grime soundscape that usually revolves around a tear-jerking, pitch-shifted R&B vocal sample. This is exemplified perfectly on “XE2,” the lead single from
Your average DJ mix is not typically only 7 minutes and 4 seconds long, but then again, EASYFUN (PC Music) is not your average DJ/producer. EASY THIS EASY THAT is his second mix for PC Music, and this one clocks in at an entire three seconds shorter than his last. Luckily, EASYFUN, real name Finn Keane, included that little tidbit as the only information accompanying the release on SoundCloud.
In an age of relentless copycats, it has become increasingly rare to find an artist who stays true to their craft while still improving with every release. Nicolas Jaar began his musical career being lauded as a wunderkind of sorts; the critical darling of dance and indie publications alike, at the age of 17, with the release of The Student EP on Wolf + Lamb Records in 2008. Since then,