There are few finer UK bass contenders than that of Champion. What’s more, the London native has finally made with the “Snapshot” LP, a 12-track instalment of epic two-step and UK bass fundamentals. With the likes of Flava D, Jammz, Four Tet and Dream MC onboard, the LP gives one of the most comprehensive insights into bubbling UK talent and where the stalwart UK producer is making impressive power moves through connecting like minded firestarters.
Ethan Parker is only just beginning to make his mark on the music scene and we are very happy to be able to share his latest work, “Feel Something.” With 1 prior release under his belt, it is a magical experience to watch his sound evolve.
“Feel Something” is upbeat, disco infused hit that effortlessly couples with Parker’s melodic vocals.
“I wanted to try something different with this song. Something that moved people, literally. I hear so many dance records that I enjoy with great melodies and cool lyrics, but they can be very surface level at times. My goal was to incorporate my own perspective into something with dance vibes. “Feel Something” is a song about purpose. People need to know what they’re living for and why they’re living. It’s so easy to be swayed by the latest trend or by what everyone else is living for, but once you find that purpose and the reason for why you live you start to feel passion. That’s the something I want people to feel.” – Ethan Parker
Rusty Hook returns with the first single from his upcoming Romance is Dead, Good Riddance EP “Relief,” featuring Truitt. Rusty Hook’s somber basslines coincide perfectly with Truitt’s emotional lyrics, balanced out with the production’s dreamy counterparts presenting the ultimate dark pop dreamy gem.
You look like a paradise
And I cant’ seem to wrap my mind
So glad that I found it
Between the likes of Astrid S and Julie Bergan, there’s been no shortage of powerful female newcomers to emerge from the North. Una Sand cuts through the competition with sound melancholic pop chops and a fusion of contemporary R&B vibes that make tracks like ‘Wanderlust’ as slick as they come.
WOOOOAH mindblown. We just featured a new track from TastyTreat last week, and since then they’ve returned with yet another incredibly produced, and incredibly different piece of sonic art, “Summer (Don’t Go).” An indie dance vintage vibe dripping in lighthearted soulful lyrics reminiscing on Summer’s inevitable kiss goodbye. I am a huge fan.
“Summer (Don’t Go)” comes as the fourth release on Lowly Palace’s urban imprint: Lowly.
For this next edition of our Discobelle Mix series, Melbourne based Kendl has granted us the gift of exclusively sharing his second ever mix on the internet airwaves. His meticulous curation of records mixed with his own unreleased originals and remixes will align your heartbeat with the BPM of the universe. He is definitely one to keep your eyes and ears on, as some of these dreamy IDs will come to fruition in the nearby future.