Serotonin Sunday – Lokiboi | Late Reaction | EP

Serotonin Sunday – Lokiboi | Late Reaction | EP Comments

Lokiboi - Late Reaction E.P.

We have been following Russian producer Lokiboi since he was an up and comer on the YounGunz label and crew. He has certainly made a bigger name for himself since then and now has released his newest EP "Late Reaction on UK label Some Think Sounds.  This is his first solo EP and a perfect set of tunes to get your Serotonin Sunday going. Up first ʻLate Reactionʼ rattles into our consciousness with thick, raw kick drums, modulated sub bass and old school chord stabs, After the introduction of an contageous detuned vocal, a Juno-esque bassline enters the foray and take this one straight to the dance floor. Constantly shifting this one never lets you rest for moment and expert drum programming techniques ensures it rises to a climax and returns in dramatic fashion. Intensity levels drop for the intro of ʻHelp Yourselfʼ and slower kick drums pulsate and shuffling percussion rolls along sounding as though it is coming from the room next door. Atmospheric pads path the way for incredible smooth garage beats to roll along with snapping snares and chopped vocals giving the track direction.Maybe the biggest club track of the bunch, ʻLove Saves The Dayʼ invites man of the moment Citizen to get in on the action instantly bringing his brand of reverbed and soundscape led garage- house which is much complemented by the percussive arrangements of Lokiboi. Double kicks, sampled stabs and groovy rims lead the way before the most infectious vocal on the release is met with soaring pads taking the whole thing to a match made in dancefloor paradise.Rounding off this superb release we have ʻKeep On Loving Me Dryʼ which builds and builds to a dramatic climax before descending into possibly the biggest breakdown on the EP. All in all, we loved it and hope you do too. Enjoy :)
My Nu Leng – Contact

My Nu Leng – Contact Comments

My Nu Leng a.k.a. Tommy and Jammo, are two Bristol based artists who incorporate a wide variety of genres to create their own unique sounds. These two are always on the hunt to breach new barriers, which truly define their mission as artists. Their latest work “Contact’ brings some immediate heat with its hard hitting punches and blasting horns. Later this June, Black Butter Records will be releasing this floor-shaker, so make sure you stay tuned and we will keep you updated. If you happen CONTINUE READING
Re Dupre – Fu-King Bastard

Re Dupre – Fu-King Bastard Comments

Re Dupre is one of my favorite deep house producers and has been for a little while now. The São Paulo native brings the heat one track after another, heavy on his bass and hard with his vocal samples. This original track "FU-KING Bastard" is just one more nuke to add to his already impressive arsenal. It should played with quality speakers and plenty of room to move. The track is out soon on PopArt, which is a small label run by established artists such as Dashdot, Re Dupre & Rod B, all CONTINUE READING
Grigsby’s 1949 Launch Party at Conveyor @ Fred Segal May 16th 7pm-10pm

Grigsby’s 1949 Launch Party at Conveyor @ Fred Segal May 16th 7pm-10pm Comments

Long time pal, staunch supporter and former Conveyor employee, Jesse Grigsby debuts his new project, Grigsby's 1949. The Brand is founded on classic designs that reflect our American history during the 40's as his Grandfather, also Jesse Grigsby (1911-1995), travelled from Tennessee to California to open an auto shop. Maintaining the quality of our country's pastime Grigsby preserved these precious moments with a camera and a wrench. Grigsby's 1949 is a timeless homage to the foundation on which CONTINUE READING
Mount Kimbie Release “You Took Your Time” feat. King Krule and Begins North American Tour May 30th in New York

Mount Kimbie Release “You Took Your Time” feat. King Krule and Begins North American Tour May 30th in New York Comments

As the release date for Mount Kimbie’s second album fast approaches, the duo have released their new track “You Took Your Time.” Featuring the distinct vocals of King Krule, the track was premiered on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 program last night. Taken from Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, Mount Kimbie's long awaited sophomore record will be released on May 28th through Warp Records. The band kicks off their summer tour with Holy Other on May 30th at The Bowery Ballroom in New York. Full tour CONTINUE READING
O-Live – Past Future | EP

O-Live – Past Future | EP Comments

Electronical Reeds welcomes a new talent O-Live, in its team, with his first EP. This new release starts with the very strong original version of Past Future, real tribute inspired by House music that shaped O-Live when he was young. But it is not only a tribute; it is also a kind of rebirth thanks to the modern approach used in this track. This EP is supplemented by four remixes and four new visions produced by four artists from Electronical Reeds’ team. Felix Cage opens the set with a powerful CONTINUE READING

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