Alva Noto – Xerrox Isola
Carsten Nicolai‘s or better known as Alva Noto forthcoming album Xerrox vol. 3 is released on April 06 through his own imprint label Raster Noton. Xerrox Isola the first track taken from his 3rd volume of the Xerrox series, takes an unusual direction compared to his earlier austere and mechanical releases. An emotional overdose covered in glitchy ambience.
Fort Romeau – Insides
Fort Romeau‘s sophomore album Insides was recently released via Ghostly International. Mike Greene delivers impeccably crafted house for eclectic listeners that value the idea of “slow listening”. If you don’t believe us, believe in your ears!
SG Lewis – Warm
“London via Reading” producer SG Lewis is slowly turning into a rising star in the British electronic music scene. Having previously remixed Jessie Ware‘s You and I Forever, he returns with his new song, Warm, available now through PMR Beat Club. A track that will raise your pulse rates with Lewis’ soulful vocals and its gut-wrenching electronica melodicism.
Escape – Just Escape (Feat Daudi Matsiko)
Glaswegian producer Escape is a fledgling talent whose cultivation among the ranks sees him now ready to drop his first EP on AUS. His début EP Just Escape which features the namesake track and the soothing vocals of Daudi Matsiko is an introspective masterpiece. The oneway ticket to your escape.
DJ Nigga Fox – Lumi
Warp Records is expanding its musical territory to Lisbon as the city’s thriving electronic music scene is ready to explode! Warp’s latest release CARGAA 1 gathers five emerging electronic “foxy” producers from Portugal including DJ Nigga Fox, DJ Marfox, DJ Nedwyt Fox amongst the rest. Lumi, the standout track of the EP, finds DJ Nigga Fox producing abstract grime through wonky beats, heavy sampling and a dose of modern african tribalism.
POWELL – Sylvester Stallone
Powell has proved himself to be a stand out among the hardcore electronic dance music producers. His debut release on XL Recordings is here to set another record with Sylvester Stallone, an animalistic techno track whose extreme samples could lead to part hearing loss in the unfortunate occasion of being played too loud. What’s actually more surprising about this track is not Powell’s masterful ability to put together dark wave elements, noise, fucked-up samples and still make it Berghain relevant, but its Lynchian video-clip.
Watch Powell flex his face muscles in the new official video for Sylvester Stallone bellow.