Various

Federation Remixes Rihanna

Last week, the good people over at Federation already took over our playlists by dropping Natalie Storm’s long awaited Songs 2 Fuck And Fight 2 mixtape. Before anyone even had the time to recover from its aftershocks, they’ve hit us hard again by getting at us through their latest weekly podcast with a brand new […]

Read more
Chronicles, Various

Ready for the Weekend

We’ve gotta hand it to Drizzy and his crew for tipping us off on some fresh Canadian musical blood that’s proving to be the best thing to reach our speakers this week. Hailing from Toronto, The Weekend is made up of Jeremy Rose and Abel Tesfaye, a young musical act that seems to be rather […]

Read more
Truancy Volumes, Various

Truancy Volume 20: Tony Senghore

When it comes to our Truancy Volumes we mean serious business and our entry into the twenties comes from a Swedish producer who’s managed to easily tackle the production barrier of releasing quality AND quantity this year with an extensive remix list for the likes of artists such as Brodinski, Para One, Djedjotronic, Miike Snow, […]

Read more
Interviews

Interview: Jacques Greene

It’s hard to pin-point what exactly it is about Jacques Greene’s music that’s able to consume you completely, but the immense emotions that his music is embedded with are surely a part of the equation. The Montreal-based producer has the¬†ability to approach sound in a manner most down-to-earth and void of gimmick, resulting in purely […]

Read more
Interviews, Truancy Volumes

Truancy Volume 19: Voltron

For our nineteenth Truancy Volume, we present you with the up and coming Voltron: a deejay trio hailing from Belgium that are emerging to be a promising talent for the coming year. Together with fellow Belgian DJs Ultravid, they run the young small label Silverback Recordings, which in their own words is “trying to define […]

Read more
Various

Brey Claptrap

Future vision: If at all Electro Love should flop, the likes of Ryan Leslie, RedOne and Danja run out on Cassie and the girl is left productionless in her endeavours, I would highly recommend her to turn to the club scene for talent that knows how to put her lovely voice to good use. One […]

Read more
Chronicles, Downloads

Close Encounters of the N*E*R*D Kind

If you haven’t tempted yourself into giving a listen to the leaks of N*E*R*D’s new album Nothing yet, you’re either straight up lying or have an incredibly strong subconscious telling you to resist the urge to do so anyway. I’ll admit that will power isn’t exactly my middle name and have been giving the album […]

Read more
Downloads

Strip Steve Does Lady Gaga

Bizarre combinations usually make for mind-blowing collaborations, but in the case of Michael Bolton and Lady Gaga the outcome has been somewhat of a luke-warm mediocre connection. Granted, I wouldn’t call myself the biggest fan of either artists, but their joint effort Murder My Heart just seems like an excuse for the worn out Lady […]

Read more
Chronicles, Downloads

Dust-Covered R&B Mixes

In an attempt to take fall cleaning to the ultimate next level, I’ve been excavating the depths of my old music folder on my very first desktop computer from years ago and it’s proven to be more than fruitful for me. Aside from an abundance of Nobuo Uematsu soundtracks and some Dashboard Confessional here and […]

Read more
Downloads

Let’s Think About the Future & Forget the Past

Seasons change, flowers wither, species evolve, relationships grow apart and not a lot in life is left stable. But there are a few things in life that remain constant and remind you of your past and who you are, and there’s always a handful of artists that can take you back to a certain era […]

Read more
Various

It’s Six O’clock in the Morning at the Studio

After their self-released free five track EP and tons of exquisite remixes in the past few months, NGUZUNGUZU are back this week with a full-fledged EP release called Mirage, out on Silverback Recordings on the eleventh of October. With tracks like Rec Loose and the title track of the EP being featured on mixes by […]

Read more
Downloads

You’re Turning Heads Tonight

If there’s one producer that will undoubtedly get you moving, it has to be Brenmar. When Brooklyn based William Salas isn’t touring or writing with These Are Powers, he keeps himself busy creating the freshest club beats that are hard to keep from constant replay. He has some kind of Midas touch when it comes […]

Read more