“Ellis calls this latest offering “a fun, bouncy disco bop, with a little bit of cheek,” and we couldn’t agree more. ” – This Song is Sick
Posted on 26/06/2020
The East London group NSG made their name with a series of viral club heaters, fusing afrobeats, drill, and more into a potent package.
“New mixtape ‘Roots‘ is out now, and it underlines the sheer breadth that the group have. The production list is imposing, with beats from J Hus’ collaborator Jae5, Levi Lenox, TSB, Yung Felix, and Stateside team Take A Day Trip.” – CLASH
Five tracks on album, including single ‘Grandad’ mixed by Jake Gordon.
Posted on 19/06/2020
NOËP returns with epic new single ‘Young Boy’, accompanied by a spectacular animated video in a post-apocalyptical world.
Bursting with catchy hooks, ‘Young Boy‘ is an uplifting banger about living your life to the fullest. „The rush of excitement when meeting or being with a ‘special someone’ can trigger the feeling of what it was like to be young and carefree”, says NOËP. The self-directed music video follows the adventures of a near-futuristic domestic robot Bob in post-apocalyptic Tallinn, „a journey about loneliness and how the secret to happiness is finding the right company“.
Mixbus with Kevin Paul is a series of podcasts featuring some of the best Producers, Songwriters, Mixers and Engineers in the world talking informally about their career and their approach to music.Posted on 11/05/2020
“Ringing in the sound of spring, Berlin-based Australian James Chatburn is back with his new single “In My House”. Brimming with soul and guided by a mellow, funk-tinged bounce to echo the gradual return of the sun. Fusing together his dual loves of indie and soul music, the fuzzy, analogue textures of “In My House” also give it just a hint of ’70s nostalgia, making it the perfect antidote to the receding cold.” – Complex
‘In My House’ is co-written with writer/producer Lewis Dransfield.Posted on 08/05/2020
“Combining gospel and Middle Eastern melodies with heavy drums, ‘Zita’ is euphoric and driving. Wuh Oh, aka Peter Ferguson, commented, “‘Zita’ is the sacred music playing from a shadow temple in a different, darker dimension. Even when the choir enters and light momentarily breaks through the darkness, the voices are warped, as if reaching us only in distorted echoes from a distant past.” – MixmagPosted on 24/04/2020