life worth living is an important collection, in short- not merely because of its underlying intention, but because the music celebrates both freedom of expression and professionalism in the artistic production realm.
Creative tech-house production unites tribal flavours with trippy details and a heavy bassline and beat, as Ibericanism keeps things both soulful and industrially-rooted, for Who’s That Girl.
After a fifteen-year hiatus from the audio scene, EL Capitan V-Man encapsulates an unrelenting love for the artform, and celebrates the joyful escapism of music in all of its euphoric glory.
Ethereal origins guide us through an increasingly hypnotic realm, as purity of musicianship meets with euphoric electronic embrace, for Blvr’s powerful single Another Thought.
Future house vibes and creative structuring make for a uniquely brief yet explosive release, from independent producer and DJ C:3.
Ambient to energising electronica takes the reigns as Neebu releases this increasingly immersive new soundscape and single.
Its versatility is such that the usefulness of its embrace can reach as broadly as from the early morning energiser to the late-night, calm-inducing go-to.
An easy choice for escapism this season, and showcases a producer and DJ with the right kind of skillset and musical preference combined to rely upon when music is the only way.
Beginning with the intriguing sound of ambient layering of piano, synth, bass, Intro feels initially like a new-jazz piece, before we’re hit with a relentlessly awakening dance rhythm at just past the half-minute mark.
Making haunting use of unique vocal manipulation, the song manages to skilfully walk the line between organically soulful and electronically euphoric.
Arguably his most stunningly euphoric project to date, London producer Bucko. releases the ten-track project 24
The track rains down with the live-style energy of electro-swing, yet blends in a stylish modern twist for that true contemporary escapism that is the all-night rave or the peak of a summer festival.