Finland’s Jesse Oliver is fairly new to us, the Helsinki native has had releases on Portugal’s Discotexas in the past, who I’m sure we all know, but today’s release comes from our friends over at French imprint On The Fruit.
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Bronson’s ‘Diamonds’ is the 14th release from Belgian imprint Smile Recordings, the EP is a collaboration between Poka (Dimitris) and Etal (Vassilis), a brand new duo straight from Athens, Greece.
In Fields, which consists of Ed Cox (from London) and Raoul Marks (from Melbourne), have just released their latest EP via French boutique label I’m A Cliche, who have caught our attention recently with their excellent weekly Edits Service.
‘Close Encounter’ is the the forth EP from Swiss disco producer Worship, and has just been released by the good folks at Barcelona-based Holographic People.
Tel Aviv duo Red Axes have just released a new EP on Parisian imprint I’m A Cliche, the home of Bot’Ox, Cosmo Vitelli and the very people who have been showering us with gifts with their bi-weekly Edit Service. ‘Silver Bed’ is a three track EP of psychedelic electronica ranging from rugged to retro. The [...]
Little Freaky Things, aka Nicolas Nekmouche and French singer/songwriter Maï-Lan Chapiron, released their first EP today and you should probably pick it up as it been supported by everyone from Brodinski to Blackstrobe.
Villa in their current incarnation have existed since late 2010, when Thang Tran Tung drafted Francois De Meyer in to help him out with a remix he was working on for Digitalism.
Yesterday we brought you the amazing Jupiter remix of Yan Wagner’s new remixes single ‘Changed, which is out today.
Italian disco producer Spiller is back with a new EP, which is out on Nano Rec today, the EP comes with vocals from Nina Miranda and has been remixed by Bottin, who goes for a deep and slow italo-ish re-work, elsewhere Lord of the Funk, The Supermen Lovers has done an psychedelic funk re-work.
Indie trio, and Kitsune signed, Is Tropical grabbed many accolades a couple of year’s ago with their debut album ‘Native To’ and the subsequent video for ‘The Greeks’.
LA duo Oliver are preparing their next EP ‘Mechanical’ which should be out this month on A-Trak’s Fools Gold Records. It sees the duo delve even deeper into the world of dance music and not their usual organic funk-laden productions.
Ali Jamieson is a electronic producer from London, who is part of the La Bombe and Heavy Disco family – he’s had few releases out over the years, but, to be honest, we’ve never heard any of them. So we listened to his new EP ‘Four Thirty’ with an open-mind and we’re glad to repot it’s pretty damn good.
Guillaume Atlan, better known by his stage name The Supermen Lovers, is preparing a new single from his last album ‘Between The Ages’.
To celebrate the impending release of Slow It Down’s and Elijah Collins’ latest EP via Ruben and Ra’s Retrospective Label – they’re giving away the Elijah’s Dub remix of ‘Alright’ for free.
French production duo Cherokee have been a real surprise hit during 2012, they’ve had numerous well-received remixes for everyone from Mika to Daft Punk and now they’re about to release their debut 4-track EP, called ‘American Spirit’.
Ruben & Ra’s Retrospective label has been a staple of solid disco releases for a while now, they’ve recently release their first label showcase compilation and their latest release is sounding like a sure-fire hit.
GND Records have become our go-to label for up-front electro throughout 2012. At no point have any of their releases ever strayed into the shallow world of EDM.
GND records are making quite name for themselves with upfront techno and electro and Japanese producer Hoshina Anniversary is the latest producer to be sent on a mission to make your ears bleed.
Mumbai Science continue their agenda of pulverising techno and electro with their latest EP ‘Unite’ which features one new original and two remixes from fellow future techno dons Shinichi Osawa and Alex Gopher. Check out, and download, the minimix below and lookout for the EP October 1 via Ghent label Lektroluv.