Morgan Wright returns to Pelvis Records with the release of Eltham – The suburban homecoming LP and marks the label’s 10th release.
It got complicated. But only when speaking of DC Salas’ EP on Live At Robert Johnson, as his four tracker, out in the midth of the pandemic, was entitled The Complicated Art of Dreaming.
Living the fast life as she’s one of the rising figures in the scene and has a now-or-never mentality, though she’s still on the lookout for her signature look while having found her signature sound.
North and south Italy are united and musically combined in Le Temp Perdu’s upcoming dystopian EP Apocalisso! by Billy Bogus and Outtake.
The second release on Silicate Record are the remixes of Ave Door’s eponymous first EP and comes with works from Ariel Zentina, Riotvan co-label head Panthera Krause and French artist Perez.
It’s the Norwegian city of Moss that’s shaped and influenced DJ Fett Burger’s artistically being as well as him as a person.
Created in the northern hemisphere of the planet, in-between Canada and the US, New Yorker Farren Laen releases the first EP, Attention Renders Our Reality, on the newly founded imprint Laen Disc.
Steelmekker and Berliner by choice Haider returns to Will Saul’s Aus Music label with a revealing three tracker called Dance Now, Cry Later.