LAZY H – WHERE’S BILL?

North London’s Lazy H releases new EP ‘Where’s Bill?’ via technicolour beats imprint Stereoptico.  The seven track project traverses genre with ease.  Dexterously flitting between Future Bass, glitchy instrumental Hip Hop and experimental Electronica, it feels as though it settles into a rhythm somewhere around track five.  But no – the frenetic ‘You Don’t Want…

MODEL 86 – DREAM

Model 86 releases ‘Dream,’ a mind-altering, hauntingly melodic track filled with distorted vocal samples and driven forward by a pounding synth bassline.  It’s a greaet example of the kind of innovation we’ve come to expect from the British producer. “‘DREAM’ is about, well… dreaming, and ultimately about people you may miss for whatever reason,” he…

SOUTH SPACE RECORDS – SOUTHSPACE001

Burgeoning label and creative collective have spent the last couple of years releasing daring electronic music and fusing it with visual art in clubs around the capital.  Now, they formally cement their vision on ‘SouthSpace001’.  Label boss Stan Sorrell told us it’s “an accumulation of our SouthSpace sound along with some guest features from extended SouthSpace…

NOBL – LACUNA

San Francisco producer Nobl is perhaps best known for his production as part of F.A.M.E (Fresh Analog Music Experience) with Teeko and MaxKane, but already with one solo album under his belt he continues the flow of new solo material with ‘Lacuna’.  Beginning with sultry horns courtesy of Adam Theis of Jazz Mafia and mellow…

KLIMEKS – ELECTRIC AVENUE

Wavemob kingpin Klimeks releases new track ‘Electric Avenue’.  Fortunately for us, it’s not a remake of Eddy Grant’s 80s smash, but a majestic slice of Trap-tinged Future Bass.  Synth melodies tumble over skittering percussion, punctuated by the kind of screwed down vocals you’d expect from A$AP Mob.  Stream below via SoundCloud.

IAMUSICK – LIMBIC

At the intersection between Future Beat and R&B sits ‘Limbic’, the new EP from Iamusick.  On the four-track project, irrepressible first track ‘Lub Lust’ gives way to the Frank Ocean-sampling ‘Memory Seats’, rounding things off with a mellow, screwed down tribute to The Weeknd.  Stream below via SoundCloud.  It’s the perfect introduction to the Pittsburgh producer,…

BONHAM CARTER – 3.5 GRAMS

San Francisco beatmaker gets futuristic and experimental on new track ‘3.5 Grams’.  Synth stabs and a punchy, looped vocal sample give the track an off-kilter edge, while comfortingly bold percussion keeps things on an even keel.  Whatever strain BC’s been smoking 3.5g of – it’s clearly working!  Stream below via SoundCloud.