At this point I’m beginning to suspect that Japanese Wallpaper can do no wrong, he has gone from strength to strength this year with every release being outright phenomenal. As with his last two singles Japanese Wallpaper‘s production work on Between Friends is purely magical and the guest vocals, this time supplied by Adelaide’s Jesse Davidson (who has some pretty great music himself), are suitably on point. Japanese Wallpaper. Between Friends. Get on it. Enjoy.
Using some vocals from Jœy Ugh, Petit Biscuit‘s latest original composition is the ethereal Sleepless. The French producer has continued to impress with each and every release this year and leaves me wishing there was a little more to his catalogue. But alas we’ll just have to keep what we have on repeat. Enjoy.
As he oh so often does Carlos Serrano has made some magic in pairing up the sounds of two otherwise unrelated artists. Now, we already know that infusing Flume‘s incredible production with some hip hop bars can work exceedingly well, so it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that tackling Nas‘ rhymes from Made You Look into Flume‘s Holdin’ On will give you the product below. Enjoy.
Almost two years after the release of Thoughts, Thrupence is gearing up to put out the fourth instalment in his series of mixtapes. Lessons is available now for pre-order (including as a splattered 180gm 12″ vinyl) and Don’t You Mind is all ready for your ears as a free download and as a look into what we’re in for come September 26. While you’re in a Thrupence mood head on over to his website (as Jack Vanzet) and have a browse through his music and design, some of which are available as posters. Enjoy.
It’s been a few weeks since I have put anything new up, but that should just mean that you’ll be hit with a stream of the best that I’ve found in that time. I can not tell you how much I have listened to this remix from Japanese Wallpaper. The 17 year old producer hailing from Melbourne has blown me away with each of his releases, in particular his last two original tracks and this take on Fractures‘ Won’t Win. If you do anything today, make sure it includes falling in love with Japanese Wallpaper‘s music. Enjoy.
Odesza and Monsoosiren, two acts that never cease to amaze me when it’s time for them to drop music, now together on the one track. The production duo of Catacombkid and BeachesBeaches (together known as Odesza) are gearing up to release their next album, In Return, which is now up for pre-order along with a download of the sun soaked single Sun Models as well as the brand new Memories That You Call. Get these into your ears now. In Return coming September 5. Enjoy.
The other day I said that LUUUL was preparing to release a project with French producer Petit Biscuit. This is someone who I’ve heard before (on things like Moose Records latest Moosetape) but have never really dove into, for no reason in particular. So I figured it was about time, do yourself a favour and give him a listen now; start with his newest, Brumes, but his whole soundcloud is of the highest quality and definitely worth checking out. Enjoy.