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Jan 24, 2020
Later this month, London label and party Slow Dance will release its annual compilation of experimental electronic and bedroom pop projects. Emerging singer-songwriter Khazali features here with the silky smooth dance track "Stories."

cheerbleederz - say 2 u

Posted by 2 sites • On Bandcamp • Also on: Spotify
The opening cut to London trio Cheerbleederz's forthcoming EP starts mellow before "it roars into another gear," says For The Rabbits, "with a grungy guitar line, and beautifully contrasting vocals, the lead snarling, and punky, the backing shimmering and harmonious." Lobotany is out February 7th via Alcopop! Records.

070 Shake - Guilty Conscience +1 remix

Posted by 2 sites • On SoundCloud • Also on: Spotify
After breaking through in 2018 on Kanye West's “Ghost Town,” New Jersey singer-rapper 070 Shake has arrived at her full-length debut with G.O.O.D. Music, released last week. "A refreshingly new take on eclectic, lovesick soul music," says Pitchfork.

P.E. - Soft Dance

Posted by 4 sites • On Bandcamp • Also on: Spotify
Brooklyn punk outfit Pill and electronic duo Eaters come together as P.E, and share a single from their debut via Wharf Cat Records. Ears to Feed calls it "a discotheque in and of itself...with its minimalistic, yet impressionistic pulse coursing through body and consciousness and making its way down."

Asa Tone - Visit From Tokay

Posted by 5 sites • On Bandcamp • Also on: Spotify
During a trip to Indonesia, Jakarta-born Melati Malay and New York-based Tristan Arp and Kaazi recorded fluid, improvisational pieces using voice, mallets, and synthesis—these now make up Temporary Music, their Leaving Record debut as Asa Tone.

ACCA, the new LP from Paris-based singer and producer ALA.NI.

Human Pitch co-founder and The Lot Radio resident Tristan Arp (heard above in Asa Tone) mixes asymmetrical rhythms and Technicolor club sounds for DJ Mag's Fresh Kicks series.

For Pitchfork, Vrinda Jagota tells the story of how a long-lost Indian disco record won over crate diggers and cracked the YouTube algorithm:

"It’s another example of what happens when, with the benefit of time and technology, ‘lost’ songs reach a new generation of listeners halfway around the world."

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