gasoline monk gum

Gasoline Monk releases Jazztronica album GUM

Bumping up against converging storms of psychedelia, jazz & hip hop sits producer/multi-instrumentalist Gasoline Monk, hunched over a computer, coughing on the dust of secondhand Blue Note records & unraveled cassette tape. One synth sits plugged into a 1970s amp, another’s covered in manuscript paper & Hanon exercises. Out of this all-vintage-everything world comes music …

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Sin Maldita - Me Me Me

Sin Maldita releases ‘Me Me Me’ ahead of debut album ‘You’re Trouble’

Sin Maldita is a Berlin based artist making ‘infernal, androgynous avant-garde pop’ that takes cues from experimental club music, seeking to strike an uncanny chord between abrasiveness and accessibility to tap into jagged, chaotic, beautiful and at times humorous emotions and spaces.  He’s worked with Amnesia Scanner for their acclaimed multidisciplinary A/V performance ANESTHESIA SCAMMER, …

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Million Square - Dome

Million Square releases jazz-infused electronic single, Dome…

Million Square are a London based, electronic duo featuring Max Luthert and Duncan Eagles. Their style is a blend of jazz and electronic music, with jazz / saxophone improvisations over intricately constructed electronic soundscapes. Since releasing their debut EP in 2018 they have been honing this sound, performing live around London, utilizing modular synthesizers, triggers …

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synekdok - maybe i should buy something

Maybe you should buy the new single from synekdok? [premiere]

We’re delighted to premiere the new single from Swedish artist synekdok, called “maybe i should buy something”. This track explores the ugly parts of capitalism, with the track featuring the inner dialogue of a consumer, hoping desperately to solve their emotional turmoil through buying things. It’s a very uncomfortable truth, and something we’d prefer to …

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Gold Plates

Gold Plates releases Royal Blood II: Damages, released on Kuwaiti label Kalibr+

Gold Plates is the pseudonym of Sudanese electronic artist Mohamed Abnaof, who’s now based in Kuwait, where he produces his own brand of energetic, eclectic, and aggressive, beat-driven electronic music. He’s just released an album via Kuwaiti based electronic music label Kalibr+. Here’s a few words from Mohamed which sums his music up better than …

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Home&Office - Sports&Leisure

Immerse yourself in Corporate Electronica with Home&Office’s Service and Return

Service and Return is taken from the latest album from Home&Office, Sports&Leisure, a ’10-part examination of the individual’s journey to and beyond personal success, viewed through the lens of sports, business, and leisure’. This album is an electronic blend of jazz, funk, disco, and 80s library music, with Service and Return being the top danceable track of …

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