Soul Clap – Shine (This Is It) (Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Vocal)

This is fun:

The first single from Soul Clap’s forthcoming second album gets the remix treatment from the French and Italo disco aficionados, providing over seven minutes of piano-driven, 90’s-inspired house. It’s colourful stuff, check out the original and more remixes here.


Tensnake – Freundchen EP

Hamburg’s finest is back with a three track EP coming out on his on label, True Romance Records.

Opener and title track ‘Freundchen’ brings a slice of glamour to the dancefloor, ‘Tzaar’ is awash with carnival vibes and ‘No Fool’ goes a little deeper (and darker) to wrap things up.

It’s out on 5th September, get your pre-orders in here.


The Invisible – Life’s Dancers (Floating Points Remix)

Floating Points has stretched out The Invisible’s ‘Life Dancers’ giving the London band’s latest single more space and added orchestration. A relaxing and reflective number to join the original and ‘First Time’, a track FP co-wrote with The Invisible, on this Ninja Tune vinyl release.


Benjamin Fröhlich – Rude Movements EP

Munich-based label Permanent Vacation’s co-owner Benjamin Fröhlich has put his hand to producing. His first EP entitled ‘Rude Movements’ is out now on, you guessed it, Permanent Vacation.

The two tracks we’ve heard are excellent. ‘Holloway’ is a melting pot of escalating synths and vigorous percussion. It’s eerie and atmospheric and compliments the shimmering ‘Ghost Orchid’ very nicely.

Both tracks are accompanied by ‘Spitting Image’ and ‘Amos, grab a copy of the EP here.



Dagny – Fool’s Gold

A little late to the party on this gal, Dagny. She originally hails from Norway, now resides in London and her euphoric power pop is something to behold. ‘Fool’s Gold’ has been doing the rounds for a few weeks now:

For the Londoners amongst you, she’s playing The Courtyard Theatre on 31st August if you want to see her in an intimate setting before she starts packing out stadiums…


Poolside – And The Sea (Pixelated Remix)

Poolside’s ‘And The Sea’ gets drenched in (more) summer vibes courtesy of Pixelated’s recent remix. Yours for free up on SoundCloud.

Finding it very difficult to believe this was over three years ago…


John Talabot – S.O.P.

Talabot’s on form.

He’s teamed up again with Pional under their Lost Scripts moniker and released a two track EP on his very own Hivern Discs. We spoke about the Afro house-inspired ‘A.F.K.’ t’other day, and now we’re treated to the A-side ‘S.O.P.’. It’s a re-work of the Clive Owen-starring TV show ‘The Knick’ and it sounds menacing. In a good way.

On the remix front he’s the man behind both remixes for Berlin based duo Sfire’s ‘Sfire3’. You can listen to the ‘Warehouse Dub’ version here, or the ‘Tribalist Rework’ below. It’s a mesmerising number:

And if that wasn’t enough, he’s been commandeered by Phonica to provide the latest instalment in their mix series. Over an hour and a half’s worth of music what makes JT tick…


Sau Poler – OHCT

Your own birthday is meant for receiving and not giving, right?

Not in Sau Poler’s book. The Barcelona-based producer has decided to give away this club-ready track he made a few months ago to celebrate. Pop over to his SoundCloud to download the bumpin’ track for free now.

Happy Birthday, SP. You’re too kind.

Seems like a good enough a reason as any to revisit his excellent 5-track ‘Memorabilia’ EP released back in April on the Dutch label Atommnation.

Go on, listen to every track. It’s a wonder.


Geowulf – Saltwater

If you’re into your dreamy pop then this one’s for you:

Geowulf are a London-based band originally hailing from the Sunshine coast in Australia, and ‘Saltwater’ is their first single to date. It’s due to appear on 37 Adventures’ forthcoming compilation ‘Odd Numbers Volume 1’ – the label is home to recent stars Jones, Deptford Goth and Royce Wood Junior so we’d recommend keeping your eyes peeled for that one.

And if this refreshing single is anything to go by, we’d recommend keeping your eyes peeled on Geowulf too. More please…




Human Drizzle: The Playlist, July 2016

It’s that time of the month again. To make your Fridays that little bit better we’ve rustled up our monthly playlist filled with a healthy crop of new tunes to get your weekends moving.

Summer playlist fodder provided by Roosevelt and Theme Park, bangin’ remixes from Tourist, Alex Metric and Kornél Kovács, releases on Phonica, Church and Permanent Vacation, as well as a handful of new acts you can tell all your pals about including London-based Franc Moody and Swimming Tapes, as well as Swedish collective MLiR.

There’s a lot of good stuff in there, enjoy!

And in other HD news, stay tuned for a barrage of announcements concerning forthcoming events. HD events, that is.

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