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90s Complex is the debut project from Sosiety, a promising new emcee from Toronto. Stream below and let the nostalgia sink in. Keep it locked for more new music from this upstart in the near future.
Tregs production has been on a steady rotation on my playlists. “Breathe” is the first single off the producers new album “balance”.
Tregs – Breathe
Toronto emcee Jazz Cartier follows up his stellar 2015 mixtape >Marauding In Paradise, with his highly-anticipated new album, Hotel Paranoia. The 16-track project, produced entirely by Jazz’ partner-in-crime Lantz, can be streamed above.
UK producer Murlo recently released his new instrumental album, Odyssey, and damn is it good. On the project, he delivers eight tracks of his genre-bending electronic style, freshly coated with the signature Mixpak dancehall vibe. Stream it below and purchase the digital and vinyl versions via Mixpak Records.
Following his two-track vocal EP, Jasmine, released on Mixpak earlier this year, Murlo is back with the all-instrumental Odyssey, his boldest artistic statement to date. Eight tracks deep, Odyssey is a winding journey through the ever-fantastical world of the UK producer, a world where weighty bass, soaring melodies and frenetic percussion all hold positions of power.
The lead track, “Moodswung,” shares a peek of what Odyssey represents as a whole. A maze of memorable melodies layered with levels like a computer game, it feels like a powerwalk through a harp-laden dreamscape. “Cascade” is a club tune as intricate as a symphony – where synths run over each other with the urgency and beauty of a waterfall. Pieced together with the majesty of “Lanced,” the melodic freneticism of “Hunter,” the other-worldliness of “High Rise” and the club delirium of “Furnace,” this is signature Murlo: instantly recognizable as his own distinct sound, and yet, never predictable.
Odyssey is a record free of genre: it’s uncompromising yet accessible experimental electronica at its best, reminding us why Murlo has become a unique figure in the UK underground.
You may remember Danja as Timbaland’s protégé and the man behind an avalanche of hits in the late 2000s, with his three contributions to Justin Timberlake’s FutureSex/LoveSounds (“SexyBack”, “What Goes Around…Comes Around”, “My Love”) alone guaranteeing his super producer status. Now, the Virginia producer returns with his first instrumental album, Premonitions, and damn, does he deliver. Stream the entire seven track project below.
Premonitions is more than just an album of instrumentals, it’s an experience translated through Danja’s genius, creativity and vision. Danja and his team had an amazing journey putting together this project and we hope you guys enjoy it as much as we do.
British crooner Dornik is releasing his long-awaited self-titled debut album on August 7th, but you can get an early stream of the entire project below! It’s definitely as good as expected, so make sure you support via iTunes.
Toronto electronic rock outfit Mune release their debut LP Falling Through today via Culvert Music, and it’s a project that is well-worth taking in. Stream it below and make sure you support via iTunes, Rdio, or Spotify.
You may remember Szatt from his releases on Flirtini’s Heartbreaks & Promises compilations. Now, the Polish producer returns with Bloom, the first full-length project to be featured on the newly-formed label, Flirtini Records. The album features 12 exquisitely produced electronic tracks that will have you feeling a whole range of emotions. Stream it in its entirety below, and show your support here.