Etherwood’s old classic. Well worth the revisit.
Icelandic collective GusGus has produced music since the late 1990s. Their lineup has rotated over the years. Their popularity hit with the album Arabian Horse and now headline festivals around the world
Back in 2015, (Bob Moses) dropped a massive tune called All I Want. Bob Moses generally focuses on electronica and more indie electro sounds, so this track is a slight genre change for the Vancouver duo. Maya Jane Coles spun this in the Boiler Room London session in 2015 and open up Bob Moses to a wide audience in the techno-heads scene. Bob Moses just released a new album and it’s awesome too.
London Elek is one of the biggest producers and promoters of DNB. The genre wouldn’t be so popular if he didn’t start Hospital Records label and introduce the weekly Podcast. Thousands of people around the world listen to the HR Podcast and take in the awesome dance vibes each week. Here’s a track Tony played on episode 300 out at Angel.
Kim Ann Foxman formerly sang with the neo-disco collective Hercules and Love Affair, and now is found DJing in clubs. She now represents a new label, Firehouse, to promote new Londoner house music.
She’s back with a brand new track “Give It All You Got” and it’s such a roller.
Although Armless Kid is a new name in dance music, he has definitely made quite an introduction, releasing records on Gents and Dandy’s Records, La Chinerie and Copie Blanche. Appropriately named, this track features an unrelenting, groovy bassline, gorgeous percussion and chopped vocals. After a short 8 bar break, the kick drum returns at 3:34 with an explosion of piano chords that seem to be tripping over one another.
This track is an absolute weapon and deserves rotation.