After making a splash last year with debut EP Kojak, London-based DJ/producer Guy Laurence is having a prolific 2016, with new 12"s for Monologues, Fort Romeau's Cin Cin label and Church, who release this latest slice of laidback house and disco.
Mike Collins (Run DMT, Salvia Plath) unveils latest project, Drugdealer, with an Ariel Pink-produced LP that also includes some of Mac DeMarco's band. Its lead single, tipped by GvsB
, features Natalie Mering (aka Weyes Blood) and "classic Laurel Canyon vibes."
Some grooving, retro-rooted R&B here from Hiatus Kaiyote vocalist Jace XL and producer Silent Jay. The Melbourne-based duo, who normally work with London's Rhythm Section, contribute this unreleased track to a compilation organized by Sydney label Plastic World.
Launched via an oddball music video (filmed between tour stops drumming with Hot Chip), the new project from NZCA LINES' Sarah Jones deploys quirky beats and pitch-shifted vocals for a dance pop song "you're gonna want to wake up to all summer," per i-D
Brooklyn mainstays LVL UP share an explosive lead single from their upcoming third album, and debut for the fabled Sub Pop label. "Jaunty, winding guitars align with faded vocals," says Consequence of Sound
, likening its sound to early Built To Spill.
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