Berlin based Japanese tribal bass duo WaqWaq Kingdom release their psychedelic and kaleidoscopic new album ‘Essaka Hoisa’. Consisting of Shigeru Ishihara (DJ Scotch Egg / Seefeel) and Kiki Hitomi (King Midas Sound), the pair throw you into a swirling whirlwind of sounds from opening track ‘Mum Tells Me’. A melting pot of genres, the pair expertly blend together traditional style Minyo with Jamaican drums, electronic flourishes, dancehall and much more to create a project that is truly unique and intriguing.
Berlin based producer and DJ Peggy Gou shares the stunning music video for ‘Starry Night’, made in partnership with Apple Music. Showcasing the beauty and spirit of her native South Korea, the Jonas Lindstroem directed clip is a celebration of life, capturing the euphoria that music and dance brings to us. Check out the magnificent video, which stars Peggy alongside ‘Burning’ lead-actor Yoo Ah In here.
Hailing from Ireland and Australia but based in Berlin, Evvol’s music is irresistible. With a glimmering cosmic sound driven by ethereal 80s synths and dark rock’n’roll grooves, the duo comprise sonic influences of electronic pop and disco and political themes of feminine sexuality and queer experience to create their own distinctive style. Their latest visuals underline the inherently danceable energy of their music, as moonlit bodies twist and contort to single “Song For The Broken Hearted (Rollin’)”.