SAULT’s new album Untitled (Black Is) is a poignant, empowering soundtrack for this turbulent summer
UK group SAULT follow up last year’s pair of stunning, seemingly out-of-thin-air releases with a brilliant and vital new album, fully realized in both sound and conviction, and it could not have landed at a more necessary time...
vibe out to Duke Hugh’s Canvas
It's a stressful time right now, so find us for at least the next 36 hours vibing out to Dutch artist Duke Hugh's dreamy new record Canvas, out this Friday on London's Rhythm Section. Floating, languid Quiet Village-esque plane-ride soundtracks ("Butterflies"), elegant jazz-funk beats ("Believe"), soothing, shuffling Latin guitar gems ("Green Leaf"), and more... Read
listen to Flamingosis’ new LP Bright Moments
We featured a couple of tracks from this thing in our June 2016 mix, but it's worth noting that New Jersey producer Flamingosis' stellar, sample-based new full-length Bright Moments is officially out now. Not sure why this dude isn't everywhere by now -- he would have been huge in the good old blog days (2009) -- but this record is absolutely essential if you're looking for a breezy, feel-good sou
premiere: EKKAH x DāM-FunK – What’s Up
UK disco-pop duo EKKAH get a dose of neon-glowing cosmic funk from the legend DāM-FunK on "What's Up", taken from the group's very tight new double A-side single (with the glittery "Space Between Us" on the flip side). Take DāM's rubbery, always on-point production -- sounding like Dwight Sykes on a plush budget -- gliding dirty underneath those infectious, spot-on '80s call-an
Jensen Sportag – Retrosport
Here are four breezy unreleased deep tracks from Nashville purveyors of "difficult easy listening", Jensen Sportag: according to their label Cascine, each month the group will be "mining their archives and posting four tracks that were never officially released"...