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Future Bass Duo Esofact shares new song ‘Blocks’



Urple Eeple (Peter Farr) and Isturite’s (Kevin Welch) dynamic collaboration Esofact released their new single ‘Blocks’ on 13 December via Chillage Records. The track is lifted from their self titled EP Esofact to be released early 2020.

On ‘Blocks’ we see the duo experiment with meticulously glitchy atmospheres and expansive texture. Their elegant formula unfolds from the get-go, impeccably sequenced with light vocal chops adding a sense of mystery to the track. After years of dedicating themselves to their respective musical crafts, ‘Blocks’ is proof that both Farr and Welch are pulling from a creative palette that exists seemingly without boundaries.

Speaking of the track they explain: “Blocks is a piece we wrote about grappling with modern society's obsession with putting you into a box.  The music industry has this obsession with labelling you.  "Oh, you make bass music."  "Oh, this sounds like future bass."  "Oh, this is beats."  We wrote blocks to break genre boundaries as our way of breaking out of the predefined labels the music industry seems obsessed with sticking onto you.  Sometimes music is just music, and you need to sit back and enjoy it.  Turn off the part of your brain that wants to label what it is, and simply enjoy it.”

Esofact Tracklist
1. Honey Drip
 2. Yuri
 3. Rollin
 4. Blocks

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Music producer Endrik Schroeder returns with a new remix from Marco Passarani ‘Everyday of Your Life’



French talent Endrik Schroeder continues his musical journey with a new single on Zone that comes with a remix from Marco Passarani.

Influenced initially by Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream and Art of Noise, Schroeder later added a love of techno, electro and Italo disco sounds to his arsenal and has now released on Interface Records amongst others. He has a key role in his native Grenoble's electronic scene and has been playlisted by artists such as Laurent Garnier and Dave Clarke.

The magnificent 'Everyday of Your Life' is a lush and glossy disco track with glistening leads and retro chords that light up the skies with heart-swelling emotions. The train track drums chug below and keep you rooted while hands will no doubt go in the air as this melodic masterpiece unfolds.

Remixer Marco Passarani is a long-time Italian legend who has released on vital labels like Peacefrog and Detroit based Alan Oldham’s ’Generator’ label as far back as the mid-nineties. Here he reworks the track into something with a lead synth that rides up and down the scale in dazzling fashion as drum fills and percussive splashes all embellish this crystalline disco groove.

These are two timeless classics once more from Zone.

Tracklist:

1. Everyday of your life
2. Everyday of your life (Marco Passarani remix)

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Vincenzo Ramaglia's 'La parole 5' is emotive, organised reslesness



Vincenzo Ramaglia's sound is definitely unique. The Rome-based experimental electronic musician is the director of the Griffith Academy of Cinema and Television, a career that surely requires a wealth of creativity. Thus, channeling this creativity into his own musical ventures seems to come naturally, and his new single 'La Parole 5' is no exception. The track features the charismatic Laure Le Prunenec, whose vocals and magnetic showmanship add to the dramatic overall dramatic feel.

Describing his work as 'organised restlessness' is surely modesty. 'La parole 5' strips back the layers of illusion and delivers a soundscape that lays bare real emotion. Ramaglia explains: "I’m not a big lover of ‘four-on-the-floor’, so when I embraced the electronics I immersed myself in more restless, schizophrenic, elusive contemporary rhythms. IDM, drill’n’bass, breakcore, glitch... Squarepusher, Venetian Snares, Autechre, Alva Noto, Ryoji Ikeda... All artists who do a great deskwork of editing to produce their phantasmagoric and always changing sound textures, a work that is often masterly and of great impact for me. The challenge is: to recreate with my hands that same ‘organized restlessness’, but in an impromptu way, without editing, treating the machines as a musical instrument. Without a computer. However there is also a hard work of composition: improvisation moves inside an intricate maze of analogue sequences, composed on the machines as on a pentagram, almost in a thoughtful orchestral counterpoint".

'La parole 5' follows on from 'La Parole 7' and will be released in full album format on January 24th via PEM Records.





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HELLO COSMOS UNVEIL A MIND-MELTING ANIMATED VIDEO OF THEIR TITLE-TRACK



Teaming up once again with skilled Ukranian visual artist VidsInvader, the ‘Let Love Be…’ video transports the viewer through a barrage of transformative and otherworldly dimensions at breakneck pace. From the video’s surrealist leanings to the soundtrack’s maverick psychedelic sequencings, the ‘Let Love Be...’ video directly follows their stunning ‘Frequency Fields’ collaboration together earlier this year and spells-out another match made in heaven.


Featuring the vocals of  BBC R1 / 6Music celebrated vocalist Ila (session vocalist for Tallsaint / Loux), the track itself is a dizzying assault of Chemical Brothers-esque electro-clash beats and teeth-bared lyricism, hallmarked with the sonic signature of a band growing in confidence. Receiving airplay from the likes of RadioX and 6Music, DJ Chris Hawkins recently championed the track as: “A song about unification and love that could soundtrack the count-down to Armageddon. An epic end of the world cry for hope.
Initially released to coincide with Hello Cosmos’ euphoric hometown show in Manchester earlier this Autumn, the track now features as part of a 5-track EP: ‘Let Love Be The Island Upon Which We Stand’ - released today. 
Among the EP’s tracklisting, listeners will hear new material in the shape of ‘Let Love Be…’ (a radio edit + a chugging, Andrew Wetherall-esque extended edit) and the disorienting dystopian adventure of ‘Shores Of Mankind’; plus two stimulating remixes courtesy of Joe Thompson and Richard Norris (The Grid, Beyond the Wizards Sleeve, Circle Sky). Immediately following the band’s celebrated ‘Run For President’ EP of Summer 2019, the new EP release finds the collective traversing a more electronic path than in previous explorations, but making new discoveries that effervesce with the same melting-pot-of-influences approach that has become definitive of their style. Written and produced by Hello Cosmos, additional production on the EP was added by Cosmos comrade Joe Thompson and the legendary Greenmount Studios.


Hello Cosmos is the experimental collaborative project based in Manchester. The project now spans over 50 collaborators. Earlier in 2019, the band performed at major festivals including Kendal Calling, bluedot, Live at Leeds and Liverpool Sound City, and released their ‘Run For President’ EP on Independence Day; a collection praised by God Is In The TV on release as: “a set of songs that… excite, delight and bode well for future endeavors. Highly recommended!”. The collective now bookend the year with their latest EP release: ‘Let Love Be the Island Upon Which We Stand’.



HELLO COSMOS - ‘LET LOVE BE THE ISLAND UPON WHICH WE STAND’ - IS OUT NOW
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Munich musicians KIDSØ release epic music video


Live electronic duo KIDSØ have just released their music video for ‘Sparkle’. The track was released at the beginning of October with The Mountain Howl following shortly with a remix which was premiered on Sons Of Marketing. All of these releases foretell the coming of  KIDSØ’s album, Childhood which will be released in March 2020.

The video was directed by Lars Schmidt, and casts spells upon the audience. Embracing the post-apocalyptic with gas masks and abandoned houses, the bassline brings life into the track and prevents the stillness of the video from taking over.

“We see ‘Sparkle’ like a rollercoaster between a drifting bass and drum lines, and fragile vocals and piano elements. This contradiction is what makes the track so unique for us and why we chose this track as the very first single of our album.”

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Swedish music producer boerd releases new song ‘Look’



Following his first introspective single with Stella Explorer, ‘Before We Drown’, which demonstrated his capacity for emotive songwriting and live instrumentation, boerd now returns with second single ‘Look’.

A showcase of intricate sound design, ‘Look’ features nuanced percussion amongst a warm experimental fog of synthesizers.

As a regular member of the Royal Swedish Opera, Swedish Radio Symphony, and Stockholm Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Ericson has also proven himself as an accomplished bass player for numerous ensembles around the world. Touring Tokyo, Stockholm, and New York, the producer performed in the Philip Glass opera ‘Satyagraha’ earlier this year (including four sold-out shows in Brooklyn’s illustrious Harvey Theatre). Bård also recently contributed as a member of Andrea Bocelli’s orchestra throughout his Scandinavian tour.

This deep immersion in the classical world of opera and orchestra is masterfully exhibited in boerd’s upcoming album ‘Misplaced’, out December 3rd via Anjunadeep.


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Charles Rumback & Ryley Walker release new song ‘Menebhi’



Shortly ahead of the 8 November release of their new collaborative album Little Common Twist, Charles Rumback & Ryley Walker have released the single "Menehbi.” In contrast to "Half Joking," the album's more pastoral previous single, "Menebhi" pushes further into abstract forms, atomising guitar and drums into an ambient haze where loose flourishes from Rumback hint at rhythm and structure, while a steady electronic pulse provides an anchor amidst the fog. Ryley Walker will be touring worldwide throughout fall and winter, and Charles Rumback will be playing select shows across the midwest.

Little Common Twist is the culmination of a creative partnership that has seen Rumback and Walker constantly challenging each other. In stretching the bounds of their interplay even further than before, the duo created their most evocative and expansive work to date, conjuring the afterglow of sun-scorched landscapes and ethereal after-hours ambiance. Little Common Twist was recorded over several sessions throughout 2017 and 2018 with producer John Hughes. The guitar and drums duo eschewed each instrument’s traditional roles of rhythm and melody, experimenting with texture and rhythm.

Ryley Walker E.U. tour dates 2020
Jan. 1 - Helsinki, FI - G Livelab [tickets]
Jan. 30 - Copenhagen, DK - Hotel Cecil [tickets]
Jan. 31 - Aalborg, DK - Northern Winter Beat Festival [tickets]
Feb. 1 - Glasgow, UK - Celtic Connections @ CCA [tickets]
Feb. 2 - London, UK - Cafe Oto [tickets]
Feb. 4 - Gent, BE - Vooruit [tickets]
Feb. 6 - Ravenna, IT - Bronson [tickets]
Feb. 7 - Montecosaro, IT - Teatro delle Logge [tickets]
Feb. 8 - Milan, IT - Germi [tickets]
Feb. 10 - Berlin, DE - Roter Salon [tickets]
Feb. 11 - Hamburg, DE - Mojo Jazz Cafe [tickets]
Feb. 12 - Amsterdam, NL - Paradiso Noord [tickets]

Ryley Walker U.S. tour dates 2019:
Nov. 1 - Los Angeles, CA - Teragram Ballroom *
Nov. 2 - San Diego, CA - The Casbah *
Nov. 3 - Phoenix, AZ - Valley Bar *
Nov. 4 - Albuquerque, NM - Sister *
Nov. 7 - Austin, TX - Elysium #
Nov. 10 - Nashville, TN - Mercy Lounge *
Nov. 12 - Carrboro, NC - Cat’s Cradle *
Nov. 13 - Washington, DC - Black Cat *
Nov. 14 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts *
Nov. 15 - New York City, NY - The Bowery Ballroom *
Nov. 16 - Brooklyn, NY - Knitting Factory *
Nov. 19 - Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace *
Nov. 20 - London, ON - Rum Runners Music Hall *
Nov. 21 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom *
Nov. 22 - Lousville, KY - Headliners Music Hall *
Nov. 23 - Asheville, NC - Grey Eagle *
Nov. 24 - Atlanta, GA - Terminal West *
Nov. 26 - University City, MD - Blueberry Hill *
Nov. 27 - Omaha, NE - Slowdown *
Nov. 29 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater *
Nov. 30 - Manitou Springs, CO - Lulu's Downstairs *
Dec. 2 - Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge *
Dec. 3 - Garden City, ID - Visual Arts Collective *
Dec. 5 - Las Vegas, NV - Bunkhouse Saloon *
Dec. 6 - Pioneertown, CA - Pappy & Harriet’s *
Dec. 8 - San Francisco, CA - The Independent *

Ryley Walker Japan / Australia New Zealand tour dates 2019
Dec. 12 - Tokyo, JP - Shibuya 7th Floor
Dec. 13 - Kyoto, JP - UrBANGUILD
Dec. 16 - Fremantle, NZ - Mojo’s
Dec. 18 - Melbourne, AU - Curtin
Dec. 19 - Brisbane, AU - Junk Bar
Dec. 20 - Sydney, AU - Petersham Bowlo
Dec. 21 - Wombarra, AU - Wombarra Bowling Club


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Droid Bishop remixes Gidon Schocken's 'Show Me The Way' with 80's synth washes



Gidon Schocken has released a remix of his track 'Show Me The Way'. Droid Bishop has stepped up to the remix plate, and given the track an 80's wash over.

Currently based in Los Angeles, Droid Bishop has garnered attention for his unique approach to production. His synth and guitar driven electronic music is inspired by retro sounds and aesthetics, and he boasts a string of successful releases, including his recent album Rebirth of the Machine (2019).

The 80's influence bodes well with the track, and although Bishop has opted to keep the vocal cuts and kinetic driving beat of the original, his synth-laden remix gives the track a beautiful makeover.






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Interview with music producer pexØt



Poznan, Poland-based wave music producer pexØt had begun his journey with producing his music in 2016, which was when he released his first witch house/trap tunes.  In 2017 pexØt had made his first wave tracks and started developing his style of music.

pexØt music is very dynamic and it is full of melodies and synth sounds. He is mostly known from tracks "blind light", "Closer" and "Drowning".

Looking back, what were some of your earliest entries into music appreciation? And music production?

I think music was always a part of my life. When I was a kid I used to play guitar and piano. Later, in my teenage years, I've bought a bass guitar and played in a couple of "garage bands". When I was studying at university I played drums in hardcore punk and metalcore bands. I started producing my own music somewhere around 2015 and 2016.

What inspired you to start making the electronic music that you are now?

When my last band broke up, I was feeling like I want to make music, but I didn't want to be a part of a group anymore. That was the main reason why I started making electronic music on my own. The other thing that inspired me a lot was music by Clams Casino, FORXST, Yung Gud, Da Vosk Docta, etc.

What key pieces of gear/software are you using to define your sound?

I work on my laptop - nothing special to be honest. Alongside that, I have a MIDI keyboard and a pair of studio monitors. My DAW is FL Studio. Most of my sounds come from plugins like Serum, Sylenth1 or sometimes Nexus. I often base my tracks on the use of vocal samples as the main "instrument".I think it isn't a unique way to make music, but it works well for me, I guess,

Has your arsenal of equipment changed much since you first started?

Yeah, it changed a little bit since my first steps in making music. In the beginning, I was making all melodies on the computer keyboard, but now I have an MIDI keyboard, which is very helpful when it comes to creating more interesting melodies. Also, I bought studio monitors to improve my mix and make my songs sound better overall, because earlier I was using regular headphones. To be honest, at this moment all that stuff is enough for me to make music.

Which three albums or artists would you say have influenced your sound in a big way?

I think three music bands or artists, who made me who I am today and influenced my sound are The Offspring, because it is my favorite band from my childhood. I don't know if I would be making music today, if I didn't listen to this band in my early years. Then, there are producers, thanks to who I decided to make electronic music - Clams Casino and Brothel, who was the first wave producer I was listening to.

Any new or upcoming artists on your radar?

Yes, there are a few artists I would recommend and who are not so well know yet. Blanku, Blind Scream, Lostageless, Yerbownik and Bvxseek - these guys from Poland are in my opinion very underrated and I'm not saying it just because they are my friends. I can also recommend Coreal and Anxiety. These two guys have huge potential.

What inspires you outside of music?

I get huge inspiration from people, who I live and spend time with - my girlfriend and my friends, who motivate me to get better and to work on my music. Also, other people, who listen to my music inspire me because it's really awesome to see that my music has influenced someone.

What do you want to accomplish with your music?

I want my music to bring joy to people who listen to it and evoke emotions, mostly positive of course. With my songs, I also really want to inspire listeners to create something - music, paintings, videos, etc.

What, in your opinion would be the perfect genre fusion?

I'm not sure, if it would be a good fusion, for sure it wouldn't be easy to pull off well, but my two favorite genres by now are wave - mostly hardware - and dark/industrial/acid techno.

What can we expect from you in the near future? Any upcoming projects or releases in the pipeline that you would like to tell us about?

I want to release one last track until the end of the year and for 2020 I have plans to release something else than I'm doing right now - something darker I think. I also have a plan to drop some merch at the beginning of the incoming year, so stay tuned!

Famous last words?

Don't let anyone tell you what to do.



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Brussels based music producer Haring releases a new song ‘Exhale’



The talented Brussels based producer Haring releases today his new single Exhale taken from his second album, to be released in spring 2020 on City Tracks. This new powerful song announces a second album defined by its maker as a stylistic advancement from his previous work that explores new thematics. Exhale is now downloadable and streamable everywhere.

Haring’s universe seems boundless. This is because the Belgian producer’s stateless electro took shape in a cross-border town with a family tree rooted in Oran. Released via Soundcloud, Haring’s first tracks weave connections between electronic matter and organic substances.

In 2014, Yann Attia writes a track called ‘Us’. It carries a powerful emotional charge, a fascinating feel leaving no one indifferent. At the crossroads of house, IDM and techno tinged with melancholy, the track wins the favors of music-lovers and sells beyond any expectation.

In 2015, he releases four new tracks in an EP entitled ‘Late Night Dream’. At the end of the night, the producer fantasizes about other horizons and dreams of new places. This is how he leaves Brussels and settles his machines in Istanbul for a few months. On the banks of the Black Sea, he tinkers the bewitching melody of ‘Bozkurt Cad.'. A direct reference to his new address (Grey Wolf street) and to the neighboring shops, this track vibrates to the rhythm of the Bosphorus and its nocturnal life. An electronic dreamy stroll, ‘Bozkurt Cad.’ opens the way to a first album, a marathon-like and itinerant effort. An appealing but always danceable journey, ‘In Spaces’ slips minimal techno into cotton wool and gets house to bounce of mellifluous and atmospheric waves.

Body and soul of the City Tracks label, Haring now pursues his mutation and makes discover his favorite tunes in his DJ residencies at Kiosk Radio & Pure. He will release his new single "Exhale" on December 3rd. Powerful and wistful, this track is the first extracted from his second album foreseen for spring 2020.


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Experimental duo Larch unveil new EP 'The World Is Dangerous; Go Outside'



After the successful release of their single 'A Mirror In Ultraviolence' experimental electronic duo Larch have unveiled their EP The World Is Dangerous; Go Outside.

The duo have released a prior album, 2018’s Unknown Neural Pathways as well as a live set Modulated in Savage Discord, and an exhibition sound piece, Stillness; Despair. Movement; Despair! for The Maiden, an exhibition in Cardiff's Ruin Gallery.

The duo delight in the unusual and The World Is Dangerous; Go Outside is a collage of unorthodox sounds, interesting snippets and downright abrasive textures. The duo are unperturbed by the idea of creating discomfort, and contrast a disjointed sound design with moments of peace and nostalgia.

Larch give some insight into the EP: “Our approach to this record was distinct from our first. We incorporated various elements of new hardware into the process and combined these with the detailed sample manipulation that is central to our sound. We wanted to juxtapose chaos and order in a way which we feel resembles the environment in which we all exist."


The World is Dangerous; Go Outside tracklist

01.  A Distorted Season

02.  A Long Extinct Species

03.  A Mirror in Ultraviolence

04.  A Certain Ecology

05. A Passing of Event Horizons



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Music producer Kungs releases brand new song ‘Paris’



French DJ and producer Kungs has unveiled new single ‘Paris’, out now via Universal.

Kungs’ first release of 2019, ‘Paris’ is a polished, emotionally-tinged slice of electronica. A mature sound with lots of depth, the track is a statement of intent from this exciting young artist.

His hugely impressive live show has taken him to some of the world’s best clubs and festivals, including Coachella, Tomorrowland, Ultra Miami, EDC, Parookaville, Ministry Of Sound and Bootshaus. More recently, Kungs has performed across a slew of European dates, including Mysteryland, Lollapalooza and the Ushuaia Beach Hotel alongside French dance music royalty David Guetta.

After a brief hiatus, ‘Paris’ marks the stunning next chapter in the story of one of France’s finest young electronic talents.


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Music producer Die Wilde Jagd releases new song ‘Morgenrot’



The second instalment of minimood's multidisciplinary fusion series features Die Wilde Jagd with an extensive rework of the neo-romantic ’Morgenrot’ as well as a vast array of diverse remixes by Ancient Methods, CV313, Luigi Tozzi, Roman Flügel, Rude 66, Steve Bug, The KVB, Vactrol Park, and Variant. This gatefold 3x12" vinyl-only release is visually enhanced with intricate hand-drawn artwork including inlay by Dusseldorf based artist Susanne Giring.

Written and recorded by Sebastian Lee Philipp with his Uhrwald Orange studio collaborator Ralf Beck, ’Morgenrot’ originally appeared on Die Wilde Jagd's debut album in 2015. For this release, Philipp and Beck re-visited the song: the ensuing ‘Fangschuss Version' enjoys an augmented arrangement, additional instrumentation and a haunting guest vocal by New- Zealand based singer Nina Siegler. In Philipp’s words, the 'Fangschuss Version' constitutes “a venture to capture the spirit that has been guiding this fusion release - a desire to explore the concepts of friendship, time, distance and memory. An attempt to unveil fragments of the unseen and to reveal the surge of a distant remembrance in an embracive listening experience."

'Morgenrot' subsequently gets a highly varied remix treatment by a range of carefully selected artists. While Vactrol Park navigate the original audio material into beautiful ambient territory, Ancient Methods showcase an epic masterpiece of enchanting medieval-vibed techno. The KVB turn the track into a dreamy cold-wave trip and Rude 66 dives into a dark, primetime, anthemic dimension. For Roman Flügel, it’s a slow, organic, starry-eyed approach and Luigi Tozzi transforms 'Morgenrot' into hypnotic & loopy, minimal, deep techno. The rework by Steve Bug plays with the original's melody and a danceable kosmische-infused house cut emerges. The final two remixes are both crafted by legendary Echospace Detroit mastermind Stephen Hitchell: absorbing deep trips into mesmerizing dub techno by CV313 and into foggy lo-fi ambient by Variant.


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Learn more about the two songs by Koresma that are going to carry you into 2020


Every now and then you’ll come across an artist and wonder why they’re not a household name. The ambient electronic producer Koresma has seemed to set the stage for his own success and we believe within the next few years, he truly will be a household name. His release of ‘New Frontier’ just reaffirms our belief of this.


On Soundcloud, he shares: “'New Frontier' is a soft house tune that uses lush E-piano chords, atmospheric violins, and a shuffling house beat to propel into your sonic adventure. The goal of this tune is to inspire hope and sense of adventure through the music. For myself getting out and exploring always leads to freedom and lots of growth. This song is about the new paths and roads that we haven’t travelled, yet are eager to explore.”

You may have previously heard of him via his track, ‘Bridges’ which has amassed nearly 6 million plays across Spotify and Soundcloud. Koresma allows himself to connect with his fans as he has also divulged information on this track:

“This song was inspired by the idea of how bridges connect people and places. Music is one of the biggest connecting things for us and it brings people together regardless of race, language, culture, beliefs, and beyond.”


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