Bearcubs returns with his soulfully seductive remix of Just Kiddin's new single 'Thinking About It'.
Canadian producer Pat Lok adds to his impressive collection of remixes with this uplifting take on vocalist Sirma’s ‘Trigger’.
We are delighted to welcome Glasgow’s finest, Illyus & Barrientos, back to Love & Other for the release of their ‘Stranded EP’.
Proving to be a formidable duo, Illyus & Barrientos’ diverse backgrounds make for a scintillating approach to electronic music, with a history in hip hop colliding with an enthusiasm for classical music, resulting in emotive and alluring bass-ridden tracks with unforgettable vocal hooks. It’s no wonder their releases have remained popular with the likes of Skream, Gorgon City, Amine Edge and Kry Wolf.
With strong support from Pete Tong, B.Traits and Rob da Bank on BBC Radio 1, Mistajam on BBC 1Xtra and Subsoul on Kiss to name a few for their ‘Ballin’ EP’, we follow up with ‘Stranded’ – warm and rolling, whilst also being delicate and cautious. This is accompanied by the deep bass-heavy ‘Guided Light’, which manages to balance a haunting aesthetic with more than a touch of enthusiasm.
Another spectacular release to lose yourself in, enjoy Illyus & Barrientos’ ‘Stranded EP’.
Love & Other x
Out Now: po.st/STRANDEDBEATPORT
A fan of classic piano jams and bouncy bass beats, ‘Flux’ sees the young, entirely self-taught producer, play with pitch-bent vocals and intermittent drum patterns to create a catchy cut of 4/4 fire. Kokiri’s forthcoming debut EP is tipped for release Love & Other next month.
Download for free here: bit.ly/1m3SPp3
New from Munich's elusive producer Dinnerdate comes Filou. Grab it now as a free download from the Echelon collective.
Having gained support for his Do Without EP from the likes of Gorgon City, Skream, Hannah Wants, Toddla T, Zeds Dead and Tensnake, as well as showing Shambhala Music Festival a good time, summer is over and Jason Burns is back in the mix game.
When asked to contribute, Jason suggested a mix of music to break up to. Breaking up is never easy, so stick this on, get worked up, do the deed and party on into a future of positivity. Sometimes it's just got to be done, and when it's over you deserve a good soundtrack to help you get through the day/night/uncertain future. Hit play and walk away.
Quickly picking up pace with the ‘Going Deeper EP’ Ganzfeld Effect has already been championed with global support from Tensnake, The Magician, Motez, Gorgon City, Roger Sanchez, Lane 8, TCTS, Martin Ikin and more.
The ‘Speakers EP’ takes Ganzfeld Effect’s distinctive twist on house production to a unique dimension with three brand-new tracks alongside his previously released and hugely supported ‘Change Of Subject’. The title track ‘Speakers’ sees psychotropic vocals laid over a rolling bassline that wouldn’t seem out of place in a peak-time club set or on BBC Radio 1, where he has already been heavily supported. Up next ‘Bitches’ sees Ganzfeld Effect pick up the pace with huge synth-lines and bouncy warmth, followed by the broken-beat underground favourite ‘Dyson’ with early support from Hannah Wants, TCTS and Rinse FM.
Turn it up loud, this is music… from the speakers x
Out Now: po.st/SPEAKERSBEATPORT
Mysterious London duo Snakehips, who are known for their infectious R&B fused sound, have released a mix for Hypetrak entitled ‘Moving to America'. The mix has been especially compiled to coincide with their upcoming US tour, and showcases a mixture of tunes they are digging at the moment, both old and new.
As a special treat, the lads have also included a new song from Karma Kid and a couple of their own unreleased bits.
If this is what moving to America sounds like, then you better get packing your bags. Enjoy.
Love & Other are proud to present the ‘Fall Back’ EP from Canadian producer and DJ, Poupon.
The EP’s title track, ‘Fall Back’ is a master class in faultless garage house aesthetics, fusing an original, soul-injected melody from vocalist, Sam Moffatt with a warmly rolling bass riff and crisp synth top line.
The b-side ‘So Long’ kicks the EP firmly to the centre of the dance floor, upping the BPM and entering a bass-centric soundscape. Light and shade come from the track’s emotive, pitch-bent vocal which sits neatly aside an incessantly kicking, double-time tap.