Rampa, &ME and Adam Port – You Are Safe – Keinemusik

The blazing urgency of the opening title track, You Are Safe suggests you are anything but. Although the reassurance of the quality of the music contained within is a relief to know. The trio of artists have created not only breath-taking moments but also a sense of necessity that this primal music is important for your well-being. Moods lift and fall while all the while you are very much tuned into 2017, and with not a Disco re-edit insight you can safely exist in the excitement of the here and now. Experience the irresistible percussion fuelled rhythms and impassioned vocals of Guilt Trip or the melodic temptations of the R&B flavoured Bumper featuring Nomi Ruiz, or indeed the piano punctuated swansong that is Muyè. Either way it feels like much of life’s music is covered and explored on this collection of songs and atmosphere’s.

Release: November 24

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& ME
After Dark
Keinemusik

Excellent double header from & ME who surpasses any notions of decency while heading straight for the jugular with this uncompromising, mesmerising release. The title tracks’ sublime, tribal infused drums pitch themselves at you trance-like with weird synths and captivating voices letting your mind run riot. More off the wall behaviour follows with the equally tantalising, ‘Locust’ and its staccato guitar backed up by pulsating Toms and further twisted treatments combining to make this hard to surpass. If you are looking for music that exists outside of the box….

release: June 20

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PrintFull Intention
Do You Feel / London EP
Full Intention

What’s not to like about Do You Feel with its tense bassline and cutting, shuffling drums capped off with the title as its vocal. Simple formula but one which they do expertly well, especially with the nagging synth setting it all off against the sharp rhythms. Next, London has a more tech flavour combining stripped down electronics with bubbling Acid lines, which are then offset by rich pads. Whatever takes your fancy?

release: June 16

http://www.fullintention.com

NUDES
NUDES
Zappruder Records

Launching their debut EP the London based duo create music that has you reaching for label’s yet thankfully leaves you tastefully confused. 90’s Depp opens the sequence of events with a sheer fusion of fuzzy electronics, soulful yet mournful vocals and edgy synthesizers. Its emotion stripped bare and I like it. Avec then follows with more emotive vocals draped across expansive keys and drum machine pulses. Remixes come the uneasy rhythms of Plage 84 and the pure electro sassiness of Robert James. With remaining tracks, The Heat and thirteen2thirteen exploring more of those very possibilities. You get the impressive this machine based music would sound all the more impressive live.

release: June 18

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Razz
Kill Yourself Dancing
Still Music

If you haven’t already tuned into “Kill Yourself Dancing! The Story Of Sunset Records Inc. 1985-89”, then Still Music is set to release three of the most requested tracks from the compilation. First off, and my favourite, is this killer gem from Razz aka Matt Warren & Ralphi Rosario. Originally released all the way back in 1985 this still packs an energetic punch with its raw-edged production still feeling every bit as vibrant via all those classic electronic sounds from the era. The title track is soon followed by an array of fiery Chicago House workouts with the emphasis firmly placed upon the drums and bass. Essential stuff.

release: June 15

http://www.itstillmusic.com

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