Car Seat Headrest ‘Bodys’ – pumping on your stereo

Think LCD meets young Beck meets Graham Coxon. Pounding beat, root note bassline & an earnestly, almost faltering lead vocal provide a welcomingly lo-fi commentary on relationship. A refreshing sound in a world that all too often air brushes out our raw beauty & honest vulnerabilities. Listen Now: Car Seat Headrest ‘Bodys’

Skee Mask – Compro [Ilian Tape] Breakbeat nirvana

Over the years we’ve featured music by Burial, Four Tet, Boards of Canada, Jon Hopkins, Aphex Twin, Thom Yorke, Mount Kimbie, Flume & the like. A collective that push the boundaries of waveform manipulation. Artists, including yesterdays discovery FF1, that straddle the boundaries of song v’s track. Skee Mask – Compro represents another equally explorative artist [Preview Now]

Hugh B – I Just Feel Like [Sean Thomas Remix] OTIS Records

Much like New York, until very recently, Sydney club culture has been under considerable city council pressure to close shop and go home. Yet despite these negative external forces the beats keep on coming. Perhaps this tension is helping the creativity. Hit link to preview ‘Hugh B – I Just Feel Like [Sean Thomas Remix].

Boards of Canada – Hi Scores EP [Vinyl Repress]

Originally released in 1996 and re-released by SKAM Records in 2014, Boards of Canada – Hi Scores EP is getting a 2018 repress. In 2014 the new edition had been re-recorded and re-mastered from the original DAT tapes. In addition to being re-cut onto heavyweight collector’s edition vinyl. [Hit link to pre-order]

Leon Bridges – You Don’t Know [Good Thing]

Sometimes we just need a record that makes us feel good. Suns out, hanging out with our friends – feel good. Leon Bridges – You Don’t Know, taken from his recently released LP ‘Good Thing’, is just that record. Think Michael Jackson funk meets disco pop. [Hit link to Listen]

Leon Vynehall – Movements (Chapter III)

Leon Vynehall – Movements (Chapter III) is the second single to be taken from the forthcoming, New York focusing, ‘Nothing Is Still’ LP. All of which are inspired by his Grandparents emigration to the big apple. [Preview Now]

Free Sound Effects via the BBC Archives

The BBC have made available over 16,000 free samples from their Sound Effects department. If you need a two stroke engine sample, a hot air balloon filling with air or a bunch of Werewolves howling into the night sky, then hit the following link to find out more…

Maribou State – Turnmills

Teaming up with the ‘The Night Time Industries Association’ Maribou State – Turnmills is a specially recorded piece of music demonstrating their solidarity for the national campaign #SaveNightlife. Turnmills, as you may or may not know, is one of many iconic club venues that no longer exist. [Hit link to LISTEN]

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Car Seat Headrest ‘Bodys’ – pumping on your stereo

Think LCD meets young Beck meets Graham Coxon. Pounding beat, root note bassline & an earnestly, almost faltering lead vocal provide a welcomingly lo-fi commentary on relationship. A refreshing sound in a world that all too often air brushes out our raw beauty & honest vulnerabilities. Listen Now: Car Seat Headrest ‘Bodys’

Skee Mask – Compro [Ilian Tape] Breakbeat nirvana

Over the years we’ve featured music by Burial, Four Tet, Boards of Canada, Jon Hopkins, Aphex Twin, Thom Yorke, Mount Kimbie, Flume & the like. A collective that push the boundaries of waveform manipulation. Artists, including yesterdays discovery FF1, that straddle the boundaries of song v’s track. Skee Mask – Compro represents another equally explorative artist [Preview Now]

Boards of Canada – Hi Scores EP [Vinyl Repress]

Originally released in 1996 and re-released by SKAM Records in 2014, Boards of Canada – Hi Scores EP is getting a 2018 repress. In 2014 the new edition had been re-recorded and re-mastered from the original DAT tapes. In addition to being re-cut onto heavyweight collector’s edition vinyl. [Hit link to pre-order]

Leon Bridges – You Don’t Know [Good Thing]

Sometimes we just need a record that makes us feel good. Suns out, hanging out with our friends – feel good. Leon Bridges – You Don’t Know, taken from his recently released LP ‘Good Thing’, is just that record. Think Michael Jackson funk meets disco pop. [Hit link to Listen]

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