Montreal duo Blue Hawaii return with a dreamy deep house anthem, taken from their new album Open Reduction Internal Fixation, coming this fall on Arbutus. "All That Blue" has a heavy late '80s / early '90s vibe, as Ra Standell-Preston takes a glorious house-diva turn over the track's pulsing beat, with that smoky sax and haunting vocoder accoutrement lifting the track into the rafters of the club...
Alexandra Drewchin aka EARTHEATER shares the fathomless lead single from her new Trinity mixtape -- a collection of what Drewchin calls "gushy wet love anthem(s)” -- coming soon on her own newly minted Chemical X imprint. Listen to the beautifully cavernous and romantic "High Tide", which Drewchin co-produced with Acemo, below:
Taken from Sorry Girls' debut LP Deborah, coming 10/18 on Arbutus. Video directed by the group's Heather Foster Kirkpatrick with Lara Olanick, "shot on an iPhone6 and inspired by the Magritte painting Les Amants":
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Presenting our latest mix featuring some of the jams we've been listening to a lot this summer, including favorites new and old, feel-good end-of-summer vibes, twinkling late night house gems, and towering pop bangers refracted through misty waves (both chill and vapor). Starring 박혜진 Park Hye Jin, Baltra, Carly Rae, Mag Bay, Project Pablo, A. G. Cook, Jai Paul, the latest from the Mood Hut crew, and much more. Listen + download below:
LA duo Magdalena Bay follow up the hottest 12 minutes of the summer with a shimmering, apocalyptic summer bop that's easily one of our favorite tracks of 2019. Mag Bay's proper new single "Venice", officially out today on Luminelle, is the duo's way of "coping with the ever-increasing ways that the world may end", and it's an absolutely glorious way to go out when global warming finally gets us all or the Russians burn this shit to the ground, whichever comes first...
As if Madlib + Gibbs haven't blessed us enough with enough heat in 2019 by dropping the rap record of the year so far, the duo hooks up with Oh No on a new one for Adult Swim, on which Freddie Gibbs remains the best basketball-referencing rapper alive with the dope Billy Hoyle mention. Listen below: