Tune of the Week: A.A.L – Some Kind Of Game

[Above image credit - A.A.L] Aside from his unquestionable ability to create celebrated, genre-defining music, part of Nicolas Jaar’s allure as a producer is his willingness to evolve and progress. The diversity of his output, spanning a career already into its second decade, has allowed him to maintain prominence as one of electronic music’s greatest…Read more Tune of the Week: A.A.L – Some Kind Of Game

Mixes to Dig: BTTB 2000-01 // Nick Höppner’s 2-Step Mix // X-132

[Above image credit: Katja Ruge] Reading Nick Höppner's recent Playing Favourites feature on Resident Advisor reaffirmed that few share his passion for music. Listing the likes of Moment by Gang Starr and You're Living All Over Me by Dinosaur Jr. among his favourite songs was a refreshing change from a series that often seems a…Read more Mixes to Dig: BTTB 2000-01 // Nick Höppner’s 2-Step Mix // X-132

Tune of the Week: FaltyDL – The Love I Need

[Above image credit: Youtube] A downtempo house groover with colourful sounds, a collection of textures and soul scattered all over it. This amalgamation produces something that is laid back but still kicking it simultaneously. ‘The Love I Need’ in another fantastic piece of work from the creative FaltyDL. Swinging percussion ticks away and warming beeps…Read more Tune of the Week: FaltyDL – The Love I Need

Tune of the Week: Sunstreet – Lovin’

I first heard this song in the middle of Tom of Brooklyn's (formerly Tom of Finland) edition of the Deep&Disco / Razor-N-Tape Podcast, which if you haven't heard of before be sure to check out. In what was already turning out to be one of the most influential mixes for me released that summer, the…Read more Tune of the Week: Sunstreet – Lovin’

Tune of the Week: Willow – Untitled (B1)

Having only two releases, with the second being her debut EP, Willow has already established a signature sound – hazy vocals, low-lying bass, contorted rhythms and unique instrumentation. Workshop 23 is the most cohesive electronic music record I have heard this year. It plays like a narrative by seemingly calling upon Willow’s superb “Feel Me,”…Read more Tune of the Week: Willow – Untitled (B1)