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Kelela, whom you may remember from ‘Bank Head’ – the lead track on Kingdom‘s ‘Vertical XL’ EP, has just released a brand new mixtape on the Night Slugs sister label Fade To Mind. The 13-track tape features all original tracks with an impressive roll-call of guest production.
With one of the most varied careers in electronic music already under his belt, Mumdance‘s latest incarnation is as a moody, downbeat minimalist – a far cry from the party starting whimsy of his early years. Not that I’m complaining, his newfound penchant for “less-is-more” and brooding bass lines make for a truly mesmerising and engaging listen.
One of the key figures in the Wedidit Collective, D33J has released the full details of his upcoming ‘Gravel’ EP for hip-hop tastemakers Anticon. The new EP will feature four original productions, including ‘Slow’ – a collaborative effort with Kreyola – which you can listen to below.
Grenier‘s ‘Void’ series of miscellany, though somewhat on the peripheries of the rest of his catalogue, have proven to be a crowd favourite and apparently an important outlet for the San Francisco-born producer as a means of bridging the gap between headphone and club music. Which is why it makes perfect sense for him to continue this thread with new album ‘Voids’.
One of the founding members of Club Cheval, Canblaster, has just finished putting the final touches to his brand new EP ‘Infinite’. The new record is a six-track package of originals including a collaboration with Marble label boss Para One.
Following on from the releases of ‘Lost’ last month, Anders Trentemøller has put together a brand new mixtape for fashion peddlers Oki-Ni. The mix aims to continue the thread started in the album that developed his style away from IDM and techno towards more organic, guitar-driven sounds.
Following on from the recent news that Guillermo S. Herren (or Prefuse 73 as he’s known) has launched a new record label, Yellow Year Records, we now have news that the first release on the label will be the first in a series of records under the ‘Speak Soon’ umbrella. The EP sees Herren collaborate with LA producer Teebs for a five-track record entitled ‘Sons Of The Morning’.