Moglebaum started as a one-man-project some years ago by twenty-two-year-old producer and Jazz pianist Simon Ebener-Holschera. At this moment in time the band consists of five musicians all hailing from Germany.
The name Moglebaum has its origin in the Japanese anime Pokémon, which depicts their fascination for fantasy realms. Their music can best be described as beat-based electronic music mixed with acoustic orchestration. Think playful computer-beats, vocal-samples, synthesizer-sounds, soulful vocals, vibrant violin and sexy saxophone. And get this! Most of the samples are self-made with the help of field recordings of coffee machines, shopping bags or cactuses.
Moglebaum’s “Ozean” project is the first of several EP’s to be released February 16th on French imprint Cosmonostro and I appreciate G always sending me a heads up. It’s a real pleasure for us to premiere the title track of their forthcoming EP, which can be pre-order right here.
The duo operates out of a studio in Willamsburg, Brooklyn where they gathered quite some interesting artists like Penthouse Penthouse, BrassTracks, Mr. Carmack, S’natra, Alexander Lewis and of course Candid Music Group founders JNTHNSTEIN and Ivan Jackson themselves. The eleven track “Fam Volume One” release is a compilation of tracks from their extremely talented extended musical family. And hopefully the first of many more to come.
It is available for free download and we suggest you show it the love and appreciation it deserves!
If it were up to fLako you will be going KuKu very shortly, but worry too much about it. Of course you are not loosing your marbles (yet). Though I think after having heard his upcoming EP you might be going nuts just a little.
Following fLako’s “Eclosure” EP from 2012, the Chilean producer returns to business with his brand new KuKu EP. Each track is sliced with a evocative exotica and an unrestricted creativity, made up of hints of organic and orchestral components. It will be released on Five Easy Pieces in three weeks time. fLako really outdid himself again his time and I wonder what you guys think about the newness.
Miss Billie Black has been tenderly teasing my ear drums for quite a while now. And with her newly released song “Soothe Me” she amazes us once more.
The nineteen-year-old stunning looking young lady from London is so young, yet so incredibly talented. She recently released her debut “000100” EP and decided to treat us all to something brand new today. Must be a bad case of insomnia, but we welcome these late night creations with open arms.
We love Billie Black, we can’t imagine you won’t. In case you are not a fan yet. Check out her music on Soundcloud.
For this impressive compilation they have collected some beat love stories made by talented producers from all over the world. The album features previously unreleased material from Jarreau Vandal, Klaves, Spisek Jednego, IAMNOBODI, Losco, Chloe Martini, LA-NO & Jaël, Losco, SNDWVS and many more. We picked out two favs and urge you to listen to the rest of Heartbreaks & Promises asap.
In total there’s 17 heartbreaks and 17 promises to enjoy. All bundled on one action-packed double CD. Head on over to the Asfalt shop and cop right now.
One of the most interesting Dutch producers I have encountered this year is Trian Kayhatu. He is without a doubt one of the funkiest motherfunkers in the low lands.
His brand new “Suture” EP is out on Darker Than Wax and it contains a few missiles. You might remember we premiered “Red Onion White Garlic” a while back, but we had to let ya’ll know what the deal. Really down with the laid back remix that London-based label mate Sh?m did for Trian’s track “Hym”. Frankly, this whole release is four out of four and spot on! Selamat Trian Kayhatu on the release of your EP and turning really really old today.
Dig in those digital pockets, raid your Paypal and spend a few bucks on what we call quality music from the heart.
We first encountered Dorian Concept when he was rockin’ the Microkorg and later when he dropped “Silverlake” with Kissey Asplund. In 2009 he released his groundbreaking “When Planets Explode” album via the Dutch Kindred Spirits imprint. Almost five years later he finally released his follow-up album.
This bonus track was taken from the Japanese version of his “Joined Ends” album. Which, as you might know, was released last month via Ninja Tune and well worth picking up at your local record store or any other digital candy store if you’re into that.
Their unique sounds come together nicely and the thestand4rd, consisting of Allan Kingdom, Psymun, Bobby Raps and Spooky Black, seems like a perfect outcome of an exceptional chain of events. Earlier today they released their self-titled debut album. It was recorded at Doc McKinney’s (The Weeknd’s producer) studio in Toronto. Their weird mix between electronic Hip Hop and R&B is as unique as each member’s identity.
Lucky for us the album is a freebie, so go ahead and download it for free. Shouts to Michael Cina for the artwork and please do share, like and repost if you enjoy the music!
Little miss SIAM from Ghent, Belgium heard our souls shout. It kept begging for more new music and our prayers have been finally answered.
SIAM, who goes by the name Isolde in every day life, is one of the most promising vocal artists out of Belgium to blessed our ears this year. She studies Jazz at the conservatory of Tilburg and amazed us with her debut solo release “Same Thing“. SIAM’s brand new sophomore single entitled “Paradise” was also produced by Faisal and has an electronic feel to it. Gotta mention Meindert Peirens for supplying the artwork and Emilio who was responsible for mixing and mastering.
Enjoy and don’t forget to show some love. Follow, share and repost at will.
Young Flume is a local Sydney producer that has been blowing out of proportions lately. His music has found my ears before, but thanks to his new track “That Look” featuring George Maple I concluded it was time for me to write a little something on here.
Flume got his first taste for producing at the early age of 13 thanks to a music production program that came with a box of cereal. It began Flume’s obsession with all things synthetic and started his addiction for plug-ins, sample packs & vintage analogue hardware.
He has done remixes and productions for Chet Faker, Ta-Ku and Seekae. Flume even asked rapper Freddie Gibbs to feature on the Flume Deluxe Edition.