He’s the founding father of one of the biggest and most relevant groups for electronic music-diggers, where people can dive into the beauty of hidden gems, from the early days of House Music up to the present.
UK-music ambassador Tee Mango delivers his altogether fourth EP, Last Dance, on Will Saul’s Aus Music and delves into new territory on the EP as he lends his vocals to each of the three tracks.
Mr. Jones, also known as Brian Topham, is back with the second installment on his label Top Rhythm Boppers, simply called Volume 2, a musical conglomeration of four different moods and therefore four different approaches to music itself.
The clubs are open and so it’s time to dig into some artist’s records bags respectively their USBs.
Berlin’s not so socially awkward label Awkwardly Social drums up label affiliates for the third installment to deliver four artistically rich and diverse takes.
There’s something about Mike and Joginda’s music that catches the attention right away – their flow’s probably stronger and faster than any river issues into the sea and there are quite some rivers in their hometown Rotterdam.
“The craziest girl from the block is throwing the best parties in Brussels“ and now this crazy artist compiled the latest edition of the art:cast series so everyone can have an own living room Azo experience.
The Sentaku cosmos expands by four tracks, two each from Lamalice and Dandeloo, for the overall sixth installment, Onogawa Kisaburō, on the label.