It’s a rare thing for two labels to come together to release a track, but KMS Records and Feel My Bicep have done exactly that.
“Vision Of Love” was produced by London-based production/DJ duo, Bicep (aka Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson). Matt and Andy need little by way of introduction. Their 'Feel My Bicep blog" is the go to place for tastemakers world-‐wide for lost and forgotten disco/Chicago house/Detroit techno/Italo edits and everything in between. Their remix track record has CONTINUE READING
Sound continues to build it's momentum from an amazing night last Friday with legend Lee Burridge and resident Droog. It seems only fitting that it gets followed up by another top notch act this week, Boston's own Soul Clap. The duo has been one of our favorite Djs to go hear live since our start. They never disappoint and always bring the dancing girls out for the night. We are also very excited to party with Soul Claps Records young gun Nick Monaco, who has been on the rise this past year CONTINUE READING
Happy Monday everyone, I hope you all had a nice day and enjoyed your weekend as much as I did. If not, don't fret too much because I have your Saccao May Podcast compliments of Spirit Soul Records and their stacked Mix Archive. We have featured this Greek producer Saccao a couple times now and will continue to do so as long as he continues to make mixes I listen to for an hour straight. Works for me, T.G.I.M.
Having recently soundtracked Zaha Hadid's proposal for the Japan National Stadium, and released a soundscape inspired by the British Museum that ranged from early wax-cylinder recordings to experimental 9/8 techno that has had 30,000 listens, Max Cooper has now collaborated with Kathrin DeBoer of Belleruche on CONDITIONS TWO.
The latest of his CONDITIONS releases, the lead track Numb encases DeBoer's cries of "I can't feel you / anymore" within a grimy landscape of distorted bass, glitch CONTINUE READING
Here is a solid remix to end the week, produced an extremely talented duo by the name of Kry Wolf. Lewis Darvill and Bill Francis have played quite a roll in the underground scene in the U.K. Known for their unique production styles as well as their consistent solid releases, this duo has received support from some top-level artist such as Sub Focus and A-Trak. Lewis and Bill decided to take the next step in their journey by creating a label called Sounds of Sumo, which has acquired numerous hidden CONTINUE READING
Its Sunday, so if you are feeling lethargic or hung over or whatever else that is going to make you lay around the pad all day, here is a good mood track to help you enjoy your lazy time. This James Lavelle Remix of The Neighbourhood's "Sweater Weather" is a melodic tune that slowly builds as the bass gets deeper and more dramatic. The remix extends the track to almost 10 minutes long and cuts out most of the vocals, leaving it with clippings of the main chorus. This is my single Serotonin CONTINUE READING
My Favorite Robot will release their first official mix, Crossing Wires 001, on June 10th. Included with the original is an additional 15 new and exclusive tracks from the Robots themselves as well as the likes of Fairmont, Timo Maas, Alan Fitzpatrick, Inxec & Droog and plenty of others. The album will be released on both CD and digital, but in the mean time here is "They Wos's" a track made by Culprit head men Droog and Munich based Tech House producer Inxec. This is the perfect CONTINUE READING