Archives for posts with tag: electronic

Visually arresting scenes in the latest video from Foreign Beggars. Bosh is the second track to be taken from their long awaited, upcoming album and features a nice hook from Marcello Spooks, as well as co-production from Bangzy. The video was made by Xiphi Films.

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You might remember me covering Restbyte when it arrived earlier this year. It’s yet another impeccable beat tape from one of the UK’s most innovative producers, Morriarchi. The 18 track showcase has gone down so well that Morri has decided to do a limited run of cassette versions too. They are available to purchase now over on his Bandcamp and if you want to try before you buy, you can do so below. Read the rest of this entry »

Beautiful sounds on the new EP from vocalist Fiona Jane, as she teams up with producer LRD, for The Exit. The two met on Brapp, where LRD has been making a lot of noise for the past couple of years.
As with a lot of other artists on the network, they decided to collaborate beyond the app itself and the result is five perfectly crafted songs, all drenched in emotion. Read the rest of this entry »

One of the UK’s best loved crews recently announced the imminent release of new music and the scene rejoiced. Yesterday we got our first taste, as Complex premiered the brand new single from Foreign Beggars. Read the rest of this entry »

Majestic sounds emerging from the other side of the Atlantic, as Ness Nite brings us Expectations. Featuring joint production from Mike Frey and Ness herself, this acts as a fine introduction to an artist who is sure to be doing bigger and bigger things in the near future. Ness is currently signed to POW Recordings. You can stream Expectations below. Read the rest of this entry »

RTJ favourite BOOTS released a new song a couple of days ago, much to the delight of the internet and me. The track is called Soon Be Gone and it’s a brooding affair, which reminds me of Massive Attack’s later offerings, in all the best ways.

D£DW8 have teamed up with Crucial Recordings’ own Sleeper for a limited edition vinyl release. The record will feature two new tracks – Dark Things and X Rated – both moody, glitchy and dark as fuck. You can buy the vinyl here and there are digital downloads available here. There is also a video for X Rated, which you can see above.

Since the events in Manchester a few weeks ago, the outpourings of love and charity for the city have been inspiring to say the least. Especially with division and hate seeming to be at an all-time high in the UK right now. Up there with the best of them is this new compilation, Manchester With Love.
Featuring over 220 tracks, from Manchester’s musical community, this album does two things – it shows the rich diversity and unity within the various Manchester scenes, plus it also shows that the great city and it’s residents will not be brought down or divided by these horrendous acts. Read the rest of this entry »

Stones Throw long ago transcended the boundaries of being a hip hop label and now their roster boasts an alarming amount of talent, from a wealth of genres and styles. Take their latest signing, singer and violinist, Sudan Archives. The 23 year old Ohio resident is forging her own unique path, in a industry that is increasingly saturated with trite soundalikes and cliched repetitions. She is also self-taught on the violin – which is impressive in itself – having been inspired by Sudanese fiddlers, among other musicians. Her first single is a sublime number and gives you a first class idea of what she is all about. Haunting self-harmonies and glitchy electro backing, all laced with her fiddle and all produced by her as well. Sudan has an EP due out next month, so watch out for more news on that coming soon. Read the rest of this entry »

The new Gorillaz album is looking set to be a mighty return for the group and the list of guest features just keeps growing. This week they revealed details of the deluxe edition, which will include even more tracks, including The Apprentice which features Rag’n’Bone Man, RAY BLK and Zebra Katz.