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Melbourne based artist Tim Shiel continues his ‘Distraction Season’ series with ‘Get Into Your Love’, a collaboration with vocalist and harpist Lucy Roleff. Driven by a relentless electronic dub beat that brings to the mind the raving sounds of Jamie xx, the single is taken to heavenly heights with Roleff’s enchanting vocals soaring above as she sings “get out of the water and get into your love”. Dive into the serene waters of ‘Get Into Your Love’ and be sure to check out Tim Shiel’s other ‘Distraction Season’ single ‘Coliseum’ which features Genesis Owusu if you haven’t already done so.
Australian duo Brutalist (comprising Melbourne-based producer Lucianblomkamp and John Hassell) have teamed up with LYAM on new single ‘Balsalke’. Lifted from the pair’s latest EP titled ‘Michael J Fox’ which follows up their fantastic debut mixtape from 2016, the single encompasses a hard-hitting electronic beat which carries LYAM’s gritty and raw delivery. Check out the brilliant single and it’s hyper-real music video directed by Tristan Jalleh here.
Melbounre, Australia based producer Tennis Pagan follows up his debut EP ‘EKO’ with fantastic new single ‘ GALAXIES A MESS’. The skittering electronics embody an ambient soundscape that takes refreshing twists and turns, sending you on an intergalactic journey into a lustrous world. Tuck into the magnificent track here and be sure to keep an eye out for Tennis Pagan’s forthcoming new EP titled ‘STRUTH’.
Melbourne based duo Kllo (Chloe Kaul and Simon Lam) return with the electric new single ‘Still Here’ taken from their forthcoming album ‘Maybe We Could’. Driven by a set of 90’s inspired rave-drums, the track is given a gentle touch with some delicate piano chords and Kaul’s consoling vocals yearn for understanding as she sings about an emotionally suffocating relationship. Check out the single and it’s Matt Sav-directed video here, and be sure to keep an eye out for the pair’s second album ‘Maybe We Could’ which is out in the coming months.
Sydney based producer and DJ Unpin shares explosive new single ‘At Traction’ taken from his forthcoming new EP titled ‘Soy Piccolo’. The dancefloor cut is (without a shadow of a doubt) one of the most exciting and intriguing pieces of electronic music you’ll hear this year. Check out the spectacular single here and be sure to keep an eye out for the new EP which is out March 1st via Velodrome Recordings.
Melbourne based producer Tim Shiel returns with his first non-soundtrack song in five years with ‘Right in Front of You’, a collaboration with Braille Face. A whirling of woozy sounds that intertwine and coalesce to create an entirely immersive atmosphere, ‘Right in Front of You’ is narrated by Spirit Level label-mate Braille Face’s endearing tones while Sydney producer Anatole lends his fabulous trumpet.
Melbourne based producer and sound designer Sig Nu Gris shares a gripping and captivating four-track project titled ‘Fixations’. Following up her stellar debut single ‘To Un-Know’ earlier this year, the EP features four brilliant re-imaginations of songs that “fascinated” the artist. From the clattery and glitchy atmospherics of opener ‘Skills’ by Gang Starr to the energetic and utterly intoxicating instrumentation on ‘Ongoing Thing’, a remix of 20ysl’s collaboration with Oddisee, ‘Fixations’ is undoubtedly one of the best projects you’ll hear this year.
Australian beatsmith Flume teams up with singer-rapper Reo Cragun to release ‘Quits’, a staggering and powerful three-track EP. Featuring a new edit of previously released single ‘Friends’, the project opens with title-track ‘Quits’ which boasts Flume’s signature instrumentation giving Cragun the platform to lay down his own slick verses. In the middle, is ‘Levitate’, another tantalisingly smooth and powerful track that opens with the chirping of birds before introducing a pounding bass and synth heavy beat.
Aiya are a Melbourne based duo comprised of Ayten + Felicity who create mesmerising electronic-led cuts that draw you in and enchant from start to finish. Since debuting with the glitchy and crisp atmospherics of ‘If I Could Get’ over four years ago, the pair have released just a handful of other tracks in the form of ‘Go’ and ‘Girl’. Marking Aiya’s return, is ‘Focus’, a moody and utterly captivating number which commands your undivided attention as the sparse electronics teeter in and out of the haunting vocals.
Jack Grace’s unique compositions have been making waves on the Australian underground scene for a couple of years now, and the electronic singer/producer has consolidated on this momentum with the release of his latest EP ‘IF I TREMBLE’. Fusing classic piano soul with elements of UK bass and footwork production, the distinctive sound of brooding, melancholy tracks like ‘us’ and ‘waiting’ showcases Grace’s ability to create forward-thinking, multi-layered music with a chilling emotional touch.