Arovane & Taylor Deupree – Skal_Ghost (12K)

What Your EArs Say & The Cover Looks LIke What We Say A couple of genuine underground electronic music authorities – Arovane & Taylor Deupree, known for their attention to sonic detail bonding over a favourite synth is as fine a collaborative catalyst as one could want; & I’m happy to report the result is an … Read more

Kasper Bjørke Quartet – Mother (Kompakt)

There’s certainly no lack of ambition in  Kasper Bjørke‘s graceful & contemplative neoclassical ambient biography of planet earth’s 4.5 billion year existence, its evolving lifeforms & humanity’s rapidly concluding walk on part. Fittingly for a project of such scope he’s collaborated with some genuine modern compositional virtuosos to tell this epic tale. For over two … Read more

Various Artists – Foil Selections Vol. 2 (Foil Imprints)

What Your Ears Say & The Cover Looks Like What We Say With barely a glance in the rearview mirror, New York’s artist run Foil Imprints label has been cruising the electronic music underground from experimental ambient to big system bangers for over a decade, with a pleasingly eclectic catalogue that’s not even afraid of … Read more

Adanna Duru releases debut single, “Boogie” today, video premieres on BET Soul | – New R&B Music, Artists, Playlists, Lyrics

Afro-R&B Pop singer/songwriter Adanna Duru is coming out strong with her debut single “Boogie” today via MNRK Urban. “Boogie” is an R&B jam mixed with Neo Soul and Dance-very unique sound. Duru shows her vocal range in the song. When the song begins, she shows the deep sensuality of her voice, as well as in … Read more

The Zenmenn and John Moods – Hidden Gem (Music From Memory)

What Your Ears Say & The Cover Looks Like What We Say Nice to hear The Zenmenn back on Music for Memory, this time with the fragile joys of John Mood‘s blue eyed soulful singer songwriting floating over their suitably soporific soul grooves, AOR nods and easy listening, borderline cheesy chops. what The Release Notes … Read more

Space Dimension Controller – Correlations (Clone)

What Your Ears Say & The Cover Looks LIke What We Say Sometimes you need some bump with your ambient escapism & there aren’t too many modern producers that do it better than Space Dimension Controller. Finally his Correlation EPs for Clone are available to stream; where he explores the full ambient house spectrum from … Read more

Rudi Creswick – Different Forms (Sekito)

What Your Ears Say & The Cover Looks LIke What We Say Already a respected session musician for the UK’s nu-soul/jazz generation hipsters, Creswick drops his take on 20th century indebted, onward marching soul, jazz grooves and beat led bounce on this accomplished debut LP with a start to finish listenability for Sekito. What The … Read more

Nimbudala – Peace Rock (Inner Islands)

What Your EArs Say & The Cover Looks Like What We Say Dust off the kaftan, pop a flower in your hair and the Psilocybin of choice in your morning brew,  adopt the lotus position and float into the office on a magic carpet of New Age psychedelia as Nimbudala lays down 4 epic, third eye opening, one … Read more

APPAREL PREMIERE: SofaTalk – Milion Toes feat. Veezo [Boogie Cafe]

APPAREL PREMIERE: SofaTalk – Milion Toes feat. Veezo [Boogie Cafe] APPAREL PREMIERE: SofaTalkMilion Toes feat. Veezo[Boogie Cafe] SofaTalk is known for his wide ranging tastes that spans house, funk, neo-soul, jazz, broken beat and downtempo. He’s the founder of Cognitiva Records and has a monthly residency on the ever-growing Universal Rhythms. … Read more

Singles & EPs Round Up – September 19th, 2022

Joshua Burnside – Late Afternoon In the Meadow (1887) [Attic Thing] #element-89d1cd11-65a3-4eeb-a994-14852080cc1d .waddons_vert_divider { display: none;}#element-89d1cd11-65a3-4eeb-a994-14852080cc1d .waddons_vertical_divider_column { -webkit-box-sizing: border-box; -moz-box-sizing: border-box; box-sizing: border-box;} Vertical Divider Joshua Burnside has been hiding in plain sight if his number of Spotify listeners are anything to go by, but I’m finally hip to his blend of prosaic and … Read more