Monthly Archives: October 2016

Junk Son – Over

Taken from his debut album ‘Beginning, Ending, Pretending’ and featuring Amy Spencer on vocals, feast your ears on Junk Son’s wonderful slice of atmospheric electronica in new single ‘Over’.

The album hits the shelves on 4th November courtesy of 37 Adventures (think Jones, Deptford Goth, Geowulf), and if previous HD faves ‘Fool’ and the excellent cover of Gwilym Gold’s ‘Breathless’ are anything to go by, we’re in for a treat. File next to the also-Goldsmiths-educated James Blake*.

*Something funny going on over here?

Earth Trax X Newborn Jr. – Sax Track

Next up on Bradley Zero’s label-du-jour is Polish duo Earth Trax and Newborn, serving up a 12″ of two dreamy dancefloor numbers. Sax on the A-side, Flute on t’other.

Remember hearing the Flute track on Rhythm Section Radio back in April. Comes in at the 49 minute mark and it’s a corker:

Get your pre-orders in here, and for the Londoners amongst you we’d recommend heading over to Brilliant Corners come 12th October. Release party.


David August – The Spell

The formidable David August returns to Ninja Tune’s Counter Records with ‘The Spell’:

As we’ve come to expect from the Berlin-based producer there’s a lot take in, with propulsive breakbeats, dreamy soundscapes and chilling samples all intertwining to create a, naturally, spellbinding tune.

Grab a copy here and keep your ears peeled for ‘A Golden Rush’ on the flip-side.

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