Having braved the world since late November of last year these tracks aren’t a surprise, but since Permanent Vacation is always at the forefront of new and innovative music, this compilation deserves some love.
Rasmus Vincentz Jensen is a firm favourite with Connected listeners. Having released his ‘Another Jam’ EP earlier in 2018 on the label, Nandu, Rasmus’ DJ and producer moniker, decided to delve a little deeper into his own personal life with his latest output.
In the last twenty years, Flügel has embedded himself into underground society, well-known yet still alternative, his name now synonymous with leftfield, independent creations.
The wait is finally over for avid Innervisions fans for the track that’s been haunting dreams and igniting dance floors for months finally has a name.
Daniel Brandt’s latest album ‘Channels’ is released today, and music lovers are advised to listen. Recorded in both Berlin and London it highlights his keyboard skills, as well as love for tailored percussion and includes a taste of electronic.
For their 18th release, Berlin-based underground electronic music label, Lossless ushers Jas Miszewski & Alexander Inggs into the limelight with a hard-hitting four-tracker with a riveting vocal at its core.
Blast from the past Scottish sensation Franz Ferdinand came back to the present after a five year hiatus, with ‘Always Ascending’ – an electro-discoesque, pop-rock album that very much holds on tight to what made Franz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinand.
To the listener the beauty of an acoustic instrument could be its purity of sound; a wrong note or incomplete tone is just a consequence of its human aspect and therefore not a consequence at all.