GRAVEZ – YOUTH

‘Youth’ is the first track from Gravez’ upcoming ‘Bury Me’ EP.  The Atlanta producer fills the EP’s first single with layers of bright synths and, strangely hypnotic melodies, and some innocently playful vocal samples that do justice to the track’s title.  ‘Youth’ is every bit as fresh and bold as the accompanying cover art from Hiroshi…

CLN – FOUND EP

Brisbane-based beatmaker CLN releases his brand new EP, ‘Found’ today, and it’s every bit as brilliant as we’d hoped.  Featuring the singles ‘Hold Me‘ and ‘Left Behind‘, the EP is inspired by nature itself.  “I like to go on walks in weird/remote places.” says CLN, “I’m a bit of a nature nerd […] being alone…

THE CODE – BLUE OCEAN FLOOR

Having recently released ‘1|11‘ as a beautiful deluxe vinyl, The Code see fit to give Justin Timberlake’s ‘Blue Ocean Floor’ the remix treatment.  Adorned with the simple caption ‘Imagine drowning’, the UK production do put a minimal new spin on JT’s original, removing all traces that it was ever a Pop track.  It’s fittingly deep and immersive given the title, and…

KLIMEKS – AQUADELIC [FT.HNRK]

Klimeks has been stunning us with huge-sounding, atmospheric instrumentals for a minute now, and fortunately he’s showing no sign of stopping.  On new track ‘Aquadelic’, the UK beatmaker teams up with German producer hnrk and serves up yet more epic Future Bass.  Stream below via SoundCloud.

S-TYPE – SV8

After ‘Casper‘ [ft. Lunice] and ‘Fire‘ [ft. Yung Gud], S-Type releases ‘SV8’, his third EP on LuckyMe, in full.  The EP features some of the Glaswegian beatmaker’s most exciting beats yet, as well as a track with fellow Scot Inkke and a special re-edit of Baauer’s ‘One Touch’.  Stream below via SoundCloud.

MERCI JITTER – MOVEMENTS VOL. 1

UK beat label Merci Jitter present their ‘Movements Vol. 1’ compilation.  For the project, nine different producers were asked to compose a track based around the word ‘jitter’, resulting in a variety of different styles and interpretations of Instrumental Hip Hop that take cues from Techno, Future Bass, House and even Grime.  The stunning artwork for…

THE NINETYS – VERSO

Only a week after releasing ‘The Art of Illusion‘, British producer The Ninetys drops a new track entitled ‘Verso’ via SoundCloud.  Beginning with a rich bassline and a strangely unnerving take on the melody from The Weeknd’s ‘Gone’, the track begins to glitch and stutter brilliantly both in terms of the percussion and vocal sample.  The…