pender street steppers
Jack J of Pender Street Steppers announces debut LP + shares “Only You Know Why”
Jack J of Vancouver duo Pender Street Steppers shares a dreamy and timeless soft rock gem from his debut LP Opening the Door, coming in April on Mood Hut...
vibe out to Pender Street Steppers’ laid-back new EP
Another breezy and blissed-out trip from the Mood Hut crew:
Mood Hut readies new release on Japanese label Snaker
Vancouver's Mood Hut crew is set to drop a new comp next month on Japanese label Snaker, featuring what sounds like very soothing and blissed-out tracks by Jack J, Pender Street Steppers, and more, all with very appropriate titles like "Rain Dance", "Lunar Milk", "Love Festival", etc. (full details + descriptions of each track here). Cover art by MUSTONE. Chill previe
Mood Hut - Disco Mantras
Not exactly sure who or what these tracks are, but we do know this comes from a forthcoming 12" LP from Vancouver's Mood Hut crew, and it sounds exceedingly dope. According to the soundcloud description, the aptly named Disco Mantras is made up of "loose-ish collaborations straight from the swamps and isolated bus stops of the lower mainland…" Zone out to this 11-minute Disco Mantra
Jack J – Thirstin’ / Atmosphere 12″
We stay riding the Mood Hut summer chiller vibes with this preview of two new tracks from the Vancouver crew-member / Pender Street Stepper Jack J. The Thirstin' / Atmosphere 12" is out next month on Future Times; listen below + hear more of the b-side "Atmosphere" in :
the glass city
An addendum to yesterday's amazing and revelatory Panda Bear takeover: Noah introduced us to Vancouver's Mood Hut crew, and we've been seeking out and consuming as much of their material as possible in the last 24 hours. Namely, Jack J's Looking Forward to You 12" + his group Pender Street Steppers and their undulating, endlessly enjoyable vintage lo-fi house, including 2013's breezy and pe
Panda Bear takeover: Moodhut
I’m a little foggy on the details but this is a label out of Vancouver and is home to a bunch of producers and groups. Jack Js Something (On my mind) was one of my favourite things last year. There’s a chunky beauty to a lot of it that I really like and nothing’s synched to death or oversanitized which I appreciate...