Lou Phelps

Kaytranada and his little brother Lou Phelps just released this new track called What Time Is It. It's the perfect combination between fresh rhymes from Phelps and Innanet James together with the golden touch from the hands of Kaytranada. Everything this Canadian producer touches turns into gold. 

What Time Is It is the second release from the young Montreal MC and will feature on the debut project Phelps is going to release. Enjoy

Geoffroy - Thirsty

This new track by Geoffroy really got me, for a moment I thought I was driving a convertible alongside a Californian coast. For all those sitting inside and watching the poor weather outside, this song is a must hear.

In the beginning of 2017 Geoffroy released his debut album called Coastline.. and it is a real beauty. Normally his style is a little folky, but this time he expands his range by going a bit more electronic-poppy.  Following in the footsteps of artists like SOHN, Glass Animals,... 

I highly recommand his debut album to everyone of you. Sit back, close your eyes and let Geoffroy take you on a journey. Enjoy

 

Bruno Major

Woah, this is just too beautiful.

Bruno Major, a North London based singer songwriter, released some very powerful demos over the last months. His latest demo is called Second Time, and I can assure you that you will fall in love right away. The melancholy in his voice and lyrics together with some very smooth music is just what you need.

Major has said in an interview that he loves to write and produce his music so freely.. All I have to say to that, keep on doing that man!

I added one of is earlier tracks as well, enjoy!

 

 

 

Tycho

One soundbite can express more than a thousand words. It can make you feel fulfilled, it can make you dream, lose you in a past memory, you can travel through it. The same soundbite can mean something different depending on the person. One might close the eyes and dream of waking up in the top of a mountain, breathing fresh air, feeling warm sunlight in the skin. Some may dance and swing their shoulders, find peace and relax, free their minds. No need of words, just sounds, just music. And the last song from Tycho is one of those combinations of soundbites. Enjoy.

Samaris

Iceland doesn’t stop surprising us. Not longtime ago I discovered Samaris, a very talented young trio coming from the cold island. Their songs, however, are full of dreamy warmth. Have a listen to their combination of clarinete, electronic and beautiful vocals!

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Moderat - II

It has been a while since we've done a review for an album, but with the release of Moderat's second album 'II', there was a great opportunity to write one. You might know Moderat for their previous singles 'Rusty Nails' and 'A New Error', or you might know the three geniuses behind this project: Sascha Ring aka Apparat and Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szarny aka Modeselektor.

Earlier this month, Moderat released their stunning new single 'Bad Kingdom', a track with heavy basses and the extraordinary voice of Apparat. But just a week ago, they released the real deal: II. Their new album kicks off with Bad Kingdom, and continues with lots of great songs, all with a different atmosphere going on. 'Versions' reminds of Four Tet, where 'Let in the Light' clearly has influences from pop music, the good old two-step and Berlin minimal. The two following tracks are my favourite tracks on the album: 'Milk' is a ten minutes during masterpiece, where Moderat builds up incredibly towards the climax. 'Therapy' just has it all: the hard Berlin beat, dreamy effects and catchy vocals. The rest of the album connects more with Moderat's previous work, and is in my opinion slightly less interesting, not bad though, but these tracks miss something the first tracks do have. Except for 'This Time', a beautiful track to conclude the album.

Although most of the tracks of the previous albums were hard to dance to, Moderat changed their course and alternated between 'Bad Kingdom', a track you can compare to 'Rusty Nails', and 'Milk', a track where you can picture yourself in a dark disco in Berlin.

Enjoy the album!

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Milky Chance

Milky Chance (Oh man, I think I have a dirty mind) is a German artist releasing his new upcoming album Sadnecessary the 31st of May. His songs are full of folk brushes with modern sparklings and original voicy melodies. Here you’ve got two songs from the album… Enjoy!

Naroa

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