We’ve covered the work of Will Phillips a few times on the blog before but much has changed since our last update in September. Will previously released dreamy synthpop under the name Little Loud up until 2012 when he decided to rebrand as Tourist. Getting comfortable in the new outfit, he’s preparing for his debut Placid Acid EP set to release on March 12th via UK label Make Mine. Just about
Put on a cup of tea and grab your slippers. Relatively unknown before 2011, Sebastian Genz, aka Moomin, has released some of the coziest house music of late with The Story About You. The first full length under his current moniker, this long player is bubbling with tracks that ebb and flow yet never really take you any place in particular. And in this instance, one couldn’t be more content to
We had a chance to catch up with Ben Silver, 1/3 of Chicago-based house music enthusiasts Orchard Lounge and discuss clubs, festivals, talking through turntables and their upcoming trip to Washington DC. Orchard Lounge formed in Chicago back in 2000. How did the three of you join together and where did you come up with your name? The 3 of us met in Chicago after Spencer and I graduated from
I confess. I totally disregarded posting the debut release of electronic duo Jewellers about 2 months back. Might have been a good thing knowing I would have sobbed all over the article. However, I’m reluctant to hear that the group just released more work, which I’ll mix right in with the old news if you don’t mind. Producers Gareth Leaman and Gareth Young reside in Newport, Wales and create their
If some artist were to listen to Daft Punk’s easy-going track “Something About Us” and think of softening its relaxation even more, you’d think they’re crazy. But that’s just what French duo Cherokee did this past month. I covered some releases by Cherokee back in August that capped off summer with their salty-beach electronic rhythms but now it seems they’re taking their tropically-injected special sauce and spreading throughout broader territory.