Premiere: Hugo Massien – Chasing Shadows [E-Beamz]

With an extensive back catalogue under his belt including releases on XL Recordings, Keysound, 17 Steps, and Unknown to the Unknown, Hugo Massien is set to release his debut LP on E-Beamz this Friday.  ‘Metamorphosis’ showcases Hugo Massien’s incredible approach to the long player format, allowing him to produce across varying different soundscapes including wonky

Premiere: Big A.D. – Something New

The neighbourhood guy, Big A.D., makes his long-awaited debut this Friday with the self-released ‘Something New’ EP. Based in New York City, Andrew Devlin first dabbled with electronic music in 2009 but it wasn’t until 2019 that he fully immersed himself and started working on the tracks you’ll find on ‘Something New’. A man of

Premiere: IMOGEN & Ben Pest – Shibooty

IMOGEN returns to Sunil Sharpe’s Earwiggle imprint, this time with Ben Pest for their first full release together, ‘Volts’, out today. Over the four tracks, the pair showcase their diverse style as crossover the realms of raw techno and UK hardcore, channeling volcanic energy. ‘Shibooty’ is a perky take on Chi-town techno with cartoonish vocal

Premiere: Drummy – You Got Me

  We’re moving fast and furious with this latest cut from Drummy. The Tampa-born, NYC-based producer steps up for his debut EP on local label Sorry Records following a string of singles and remixes on the imprint. Having also released on Kindergarten Records and Juke Bounce Werk, we’ve had our eye on Drummy for a

Premiere: Panooc – Chem Trails

NYC’s Sorry Records has had an epic year with stand-alone releases from Escaflowne, SPACEGH0ST, DJ Wawa, C Powers, Darian, Matt FX, Tony G, and Malik da Freek among others. Not to mention the guest appearances from the likes of Ma Sha Ru, Amal, Drummy, Huey Mnemonic, Ali Berger, Kush Jones, and DJ Swisha. Despite everything

Premiere: Black Cadmium – Everything

  Hailing from Rotterdam, Joginda Macnack and Mike Richards are the duo behind Black Cadmium. Cited as DJs, producers, and radio hosts of Surinamese descent, they are influenced by the London – Detroit connection with their sets often filled with UKG, euphoric techno, and the wide-reaching span of the hardcore continuum – all killers, no

Premiere: Ayesha – The Club is a Sea

  Brooklyn-based DJ and producer, Ayesha is set to release her debut EP, ‘Natural Phenomena’ on local label Kindergarten Records (founded by Ma Sha) later this week. Tapping into her Indian heritage for the wide-scoping four-track release, evoking the country’s lush environments and sounds. As she puts it, “this is cultural memory channeled into universal

Premiere: Adam Curtain – Pest Control

“It’s a London thing!” Thoma Bulwer’s Parasol Culture label brings together the 90s influenced, eclectic sound of East London for their first collaboration ‘Wick Voyagers Vol. 1’. Featured on the release are artists, friends and collaborators who have all worked with Thoma via his TB Mastering studio in Hackney Wick. The aptly titled compilation captures

Premiere: Mathis Ruffing – G Man

Canadian label Kudatah are set to release their most extensive project to date next Friday 2nd October with the mammoth 22-track compilation ‘Kudatah – Vol. 3’. The release has been in the works for the last 2 1/2 years and features a bunch of label staples and new faces to the series including Hood Joplin,