Last week, Anthony Naples' Proibito label detailed plans to issue a 12" compilation later this month, sharing a stream of Hank Jackson's contribution to the effort in the process. Now, the record's leading cut, from Stateside producer Alex Falk, is also available to hear in full ahead of PRB-007's upcoming release. Read more »
Shelby Grey is an active member of Barcelona's growing electronic scene, holding down a residency at the city's Nitsa Club and throwing the bi-monthly Diabolic Disco Invention party at another of the city's nightlife destinations, Moog. Next week, Grey will release his Leave It All Behind EP via the Holographic People imprint, and has passed along the brooding "Glow in the Jungle" to help spread the word. Stomping just below 100 bpm, the tune is led by an analog bassline, which pulses atop a swarm of ghostly synth tones and a series of driving rhythms. The hypnotic "Glow in the Jungle" will serve as Leave It All Behind's closing effort when Shelby Grey's upcoming three-track EP sees its release on August 26.
Set to appear on an upcoming remix 12", a full stream of John Talabot's rework for Bicep's "Satisfy" has surfaced, along with a free download of the Barcelona artist's "AltMix" of the track. Read more »
Earlier this year, London crooner Genuflex (pictured above) released his "The Last Gods" single via Federal Prism. A dark and pulsing pop song lined with screeching textures, the track has now been given a remix treatment courtesy of fellow London trio Eaux. In its hands, Eaux reshapes "The Last Gods" into a more understated production, softening the original tune's edges in order to fit them into a more heavenly assemblage of active synth lines and bathing them in rich ambience. Likely the result of improvised manipulations, the remix eventually breaks down to a beatless mass of reverb-laden vocals and distant loops, which fade into the bell-like drones and restless electronics that appear in the rework's closing moments.
Over the years, American producer Kevin McHugh has operated under dual (and partially anonymous) aliases. As Ambivalent, his output has largely seen release via Richie Hawtin's Minus label, while his hardware-built, acid-leaning productions as LA-4A have been allied with Delft, where he serves as label head. Read more »
London producer Faze Miyake is one of a slew of artists set to perform at Rinse FM's upcoming 20th anniversary celebration, taking place at Fabric the first weekend of September. To preview his upcoming set, Miyake (who also helms his own monthly show on Rinse) has passed along "Dun Kno," a sparse and woozy beat that fits an array of FX and atmospheric touches between a guitar-like melody. Miyake will join the likes of Todd Edwards, Visionist, and DJ Haus at Rinse FM's upcoming party, a flier for which can be seen after the jump, while more information can be found here. Read more »
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