Four uncut gems from the king of Baltimore club. Gene on Earth's second album expands the singular producer's cosmos, adding touches of techno and drum & bass to his sun-soaked house. A downtempo adventure that features some of Levon's most emotionally gripping music. A mixtape compiling some of the best experimental electronics from the Japanese underground. The Vancouver producer Lndrcroy returns to remind us of the beauty of taking a breath. No one makes deep house as deep as Fred P does. Subtle, pulsing and filled with kaleidoscopic detail, Margaret Dygas returns for Half Baked's 20th release. Electro meets B-movie horror on this afterparty anthem.
On his second Head High mix, Shed explores his softer side. Desert Sound Colony goes bad cop mode on this Unknown To The Unknown release.
"Fans can keep supporting artists on Android as they have, and we'll continue paying artists the same share of sales," wrote CEO Ethan Diamond in a blog post today. A psychedelic duet between Samuel Rohrer's deft jazz drumming and Villalobos's head-spinning electronics. Despite promising signs for the global events industry, festivals are still facing an uphill battle to sell tickets. Bangkok producer DOTT gets the Midwest Fresh makeover on this trippy house number.
An alternately impressive and head-scratching LP that packs as much music as possible onto a humble vinyl LP. Driving techno that packs plenty of soul. A sampling of Kiki Kudo's finest kitchen wave techno, compliments of the chef. Neil McDermott's latest EP is atmospheric tech house with an electro rumble. A game of one-upmanship to see whose tracks can elicit more tears on the dance floor.