faltyDL - straight & arrow (radio edit)
this is the one that i recently attested that he out-four tet’ed four tet on; it may initially appear to be unobtrusive, but it will stealthily invade your subconscious and ensnare you within its patient but quirky mid-tempo groove. spliced soul vocals accompany tactfully applied synths, and both are guided enthusiastically along by a healthy supply of percussion. the arsenal of drums actually serve as an unexpected highlight, especially when perceived independently from the other components. the piece as a whole reaches a nicholas jaar-esque level of detachment from the tripped-out beat, with a scatterbrained approach that never lacks fluidity. it sounds like the feeling of being zoned out on a dance floor, the encompassing sensation of passive momentum.
his new album hardcourage came out yesterday, his first ninja tune release after previously residing on the also-superb label planet mu.
dems - “House”
Listen before they blow up bigtime.
The Envy Corps - Ms. Hospital Corners from It Culls You
The Envy Corps are still doing a very serviceable Radiohead impression, albeit with their own style and bits of flair thrown in. “It Culls You” is sounding pretty good.
A lot of new tunes coming out these past few days. Here’s, Yellow Missing Signs, the first track released from Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin's upcoming album, Tape Club.
A short preview video for Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin's upcoming release, Tape Club, filmed and edited by Brook Linder.