It’s only been a moment since Massimiliano Pagliara released the third part of his Connection Lost-series on Uncanny Valley, the successor of the series that started back in 2015, and delivered a spheric potpourri of his artistical state of mind.
Fraise Records continues its fruity loops and delivers the first volume of Fruit Medley, a various artist EP consisting out of four tracks from some of the current most in-demand producers of the scene.
Parisian producer Benjamin Nassau, better known under his Sunaas artist moniker, continues writing Chat Noir Tools’ musical story.
The Peruvian-raised and Berlin-grown artist, Sofia Kourtesis, puts her kiddy cats away for the hour to discuss her drive behind the cause, her musical upbringings, and the prospective threads she seeks.
Massimiliano Pagliara’s connection to Uncanny Valley seems to be a leased line, however with the third part of Connection Lost the blessed producer continues the series.
With the original demo version of Step Bump! put up by Les Disques du Lobby last year, the track is now part of Parisian label Community Center’s Bangers Service.
Paying tribute to his musical roots doesn’t quite hit the nail on its head as HDSN seemingly works House Music’s history and the story of its pioneers skill- and carefully into his four track comprising EP For My People.
Hard Fist’s next release explores the chants and rituals of one of the world’s last tribes living or holding on to ancient occurrences.