Archives for posts with tag: electronic

Sensing that our collective emotions are probably on the downturn now that summer is drawing to a close, Morriarchi has blessed us with a little selection of his more ambient beats to help us deal with the change. Restbyte is a mainly instrumental affair with the exception of a lovely track called Song Bird, which features singer Violet Springs. The project is available to download and stream via Bandcamp.

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More rugged styles from the D£DW8 lot as they drop a little exclusive. Bewbonik and Dee Green on the raps, with Ivylab on the beat.
The D£DW8 album, 21G$ is due out on Bandcamp this week and the boys are going to be doing a rare live set in Bristol on 30 September, so come to that if you’re in the area.

For the past three years Astral Black have been steadily bridging the gap between London and Glasgow, thanks to a series of club nights and releases featuring the likes of Drae Da Skimask, Jaisu and Opal Block. Read the rest of this entry »

Sublime sounds from Massive Attack as they enlist the dulcet tones of Hope Sandoval on their new single, The Spoils. And yes, that is Cate Blanchett in the video. The Spoils is available to buy now from all the usual outlets.

New project from Ven and Adam Black, as they celebrate women everywhere on the Nightcaps EP. Adam Black provides the vocals, with Ven dropping bars over a selection of beats, resulting in six solid tracks. I don’t much info on the artists themselves, but look forward to hearing more from them in the future.

Digging this new track from Taunton Manor. Borne from a collaboration between Button Eyes’ 184 and his cousin DJ SC, this is electronic bliss for the garage generation. There is a full EP on the way, but for now enjoy Play It Twice. Downloads available over at the Western Decadence Bandcamp.

Stripped down instrumental joy from Bristol based producer Don Piper, in the form of his latest track, Same Same But Different. Don won the Stones Throw Beat Battle a few months ago, just in case you needed any proof of his talent, that is it.

One of the more enigmatic artists in UK hip hop, Third Person Lurkin, just dropped a new instrumental project. This is his first release since The Glide by Night LP in 2013, marking a welcome return for the producer who is perhaps best known for his work with cult MCs Trellion and Figment. Read the rest of this entry »

Don’t call it a comeback, call it a fucking welcome return for the trio known as Problem Child. They have been threatening to release new material for a while and then things hotted up when they dropped a cypher video recently. They have now released the first official video from their new project, 730, which is due out later in the year on the Par Excellence label. The single is already available to buy over at Bandcamp.

Mini musical bliss from George Fields, as he releases the next taster from his forthcoming instrumental project Beyond Realm.