Our good friend the extremely talented Anna Wall drops her debut release – a remix of Mettes ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ – on Danish label Two House Recordings this week. Borrowing only the vocal from the original Anna turns out a track that is lush and warm with percussion that completely avoids feeling rigid and quantized, a pitfall that seems to plague many freshman producers. Lovely work, we implore you to grab a copy now, you can do so here.
Without doubt one of my favourite producers at the moment, Oskar Offerman finds time out of his essential WHITE and Aim label projects to drop this superb remix of a fairly average record. Doesn’t do an awful lot but builds beautifully… and just listen to that relentless bassline! So good… almost good enough to make me feel better after this epicly damaging Bank Holiday weekend (but not quite). Full package out sometime this month on Rue de Plaisance.
Raw and juicy, like a particularly tasty Braeburn; that’s how I’d describe Disco Bloobath’s first foray into the world of record label-ism. That’s maybe because I’m a little bit hungry at the moment, but I think the analogy stands firm however full your stomach might be. All the version have their merits, but I think Legendary Childrens’ acid effort just about pips (ha!) it for me… due out mid-June.
The man with a hand in Hypercolour, Glass Table, Losing Suki and Sneaker Social Club has such an inexhaustible enthusiasm for all forms of electronic music that he is starting a new label! Space Hardware is Jamie Russell’s latest project and comes to fruition with the inaugural sounds of Placeholder. They get two re-rubs from Jacob Korn – the Nu Groove Remix feels like something you’d find on the b-side of a garage record released in the late 90s. The standout however has to be the orignal, all set up for you to listen below. Lush!
Towards the end of last year, our friend Sun Glitters released an album which we got very excited about. Then very early this year, Little White Earbuds and Smallville got together on one of the best podcasts we’ve ever heard, which included this remix of ‘Beside Me’ by Essay. Personally, I could listen to those chords on loop for quite some time, and better still, it’s available to buy now along with 16 other album remixes. So much good news in such a small post…aren’t we good to you?