ELECTRONIC

Bailey Wiley & Miloux join forces for ‘Never Ever’

Simple production, on-point vocal delivery, and spacey textures lace the walls of the new offering from Miloux and Bailey Wiley. Two of New Zealand’s best upcoming female vocalists meet for ‘Never Ever’ bringing forward a verse of their own, and concluding in a key flip of a duet. Letting the vocals do the talking, both…

Michael Uzowuru & Jeff Kleinman Remix Little Dragon’s ‘High’ Featuring Denzel Curry & Twelve’len

Little Dragon recently released the single ‘High’ from their forthcoming album ‘Season High’ in what was their first release since their 2014 LP ‘Nabuma Rubberband’. Today Miami producers Michael Uzowuru & Jeff Kleinman released their uptempo remix of the single featuring a bangin’ verse from Denzel Curry and  melodic croons from Twelve’len. ‘High’ takes on a new life in the…

The rapid rise of SACHI (INTERVIEW)

Auckland production duo SACHI (Nick Chrisp and Will Thomas) are one of the most sought after young electronica acts in New Zealand. While things might look like they’ve come quickly for them, SACHI got their spark playing rock music together at a young age. In recent years, they’ve spent time recording at Red Bull Studios…

Mura Masa joins forces with Charli XCX for ‘1 Night’

English producer Mura Masa announced on his twitter yesterday that his highly anticipated forthcoming album is finished. Following the global success of his single “Love$sick” featuring rapper A$AP Rocky, the 20 year old returned yesterday with his new single “1 Night”, an uptempo, bouncy cut featuring none other than fellow English pop sensation Charli XCX….

Kilter triple-drops with new remixes of ‘Count On Me’

Genre picky? Kilter’s got you sorted on this one… After dropping an addicting track titled ‘Count On Me’ ft. Lanks, the Australian talent has delivered three new flips that are set to fit into any circle. Autolaser arrives in the blue corner, lingering with a luscious bass and intricate production offering. Taking a hip-hop and jazz inspired tip,…

Race Banyon remixes Broods ‘Heartlines’

Finding a way to catch a song that’s turned over a million times in your head, and refreshing it with a new feeling and spark of genius is no mean feat. Kiwi born LA local, Race Banyon (Eddie Johnston) latched onto Broods’ track ‘Heartlines’ from their third studio album Conscious and breathed new life. Currently on tour with Tove…

Fortunes. smooth-sailer ‘Focus’ is here

This Melbourne duo are everything. Fortunes are an act that live (and on record) prove they aren’t following anyone, creating a unique sound without the need for imitated American accents and cookie-cutter melodies. After being a key addition to Laneway Festival, the duo that split themselves between New Zealand an Australia prove why their signing…

Become Human with Glass Animals

It’s never half full when it comes to Glass Animals. The British indie pop quartet serves up songs fit for a stoner with lyrics around mayonnaise and pork soda inspiring a hurl burger though catchy and refreshing as hell. Their wonderfully wonky sophomore album ‘How To Be a Human Being’ was a lifestyle study based…

Kamandi’s synth-wall ‘Gatetrasher’ EP

Imagine a wall of synthesizers, manned by a grim reaper, and then at times welcomed in by its cape for a malt based Colt 45 in a sipper cup. Kamandi’s sound is just that, a blend of soundscapes unafraid to be abrasive whilst still welcoming listeners in for something they can swallow. After a recent move…