Essex based Lapalux is prepping for his full length release on Brainfeeder this March entitled “Nostalchic”. “Guuurl” is the first single off the LP and showcases Lapalux’s dense and hazy production style as it delves deep into a lazy 89 bpm house vibe.
Jamie Lidell unleashes his full on vision of Future Pop with “You Naked” off his upcoming self-tittled album on Warp Records. Listen to “What A Shame” off of the same release and the Tom Waits meets Outakast “why_ya_why”.
“Let It Go” is the b-side of the collaboration between Sampha and Koreless which is out today care of Young Turks. It is a perfect intersection of this duo’s sound, a playful take on some future RnB vibes. Listen to the a-side “Short Stories”.Buy now.
Joakim, Kindness and Jam City team up to form Everyone. “No Time To Waste” is a deep classic house tune that is held up by a heavy 909 pattern and creeping chord progression. Kindness’ adds some dark crooning that brings the song into a refreshing realm on the dancefloor. This debut release will be out on vinyl on Crowdspacer records on February 11.
UK producer Vanilla offers up 20 instrumental beats of extreme vibing proportion on this album entitled “For What It’s Worth”. Give “This Time” a listen below which samples the classic “We Almost Lost Detroit” by Gil Scott-Heron, flipping the beat into a tasteful groove. There isn’t much else to say than download his album and vibe with these feels.
“For What It’s Worth is a collection of 20 outtakes and loose instrumentals made over the past year that I felt could use a home. There’s a slightly jazzier vibe here than my other stuff but overall there’s no real unifying theme.” – Vanilla
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