Tag Archives: Jazz

Throwback: Robert Hood – Nighttime World

One of the founding fathers of minimal techno, a huge head from the Detroit scene, one of the most respected DJ’s in the game today and the kind of guy who will happily let his 18 year old daughter drop a few EDM tunes towards the end of yet another one of his unrelenting sets. […]

Nextup: Session Victim – See You When You Get There

German duo Session Victim released their instantly recognisable anthem ‘Good Intentions’ on a phenomenal four-part vinyl series back in 2012 and for the past two years have kept a relatively low profile. However, this is about the change with the release of their second album ‘See You When You Get There’, a 12 track-er which brings […]

Nextup: Fatima – Do Better

Floating Points never puts a foot wrong, teaming up with upcoming soul-singer Fatima for ‘Do Better’. Yesterday, the Eglo Records songstress unveiled the latest track from her debut LP ‘Yellow Memories’. Due for release on May 12, the label promises to the album to be a mix of “melancholic introspection and vibrant, candy-coated melody”. Although […]

Throwback: Motor City Drum Ensemble – Raw Cuts #6

Last week saw represses of selected records from Motor City Drum Ensemble’s Raw Cuts Series. Originally released in 2009, Raw Cuts #6 is exactly the kind of jazzy slow-burner that Danilo Plessow is renowned for. The track’s centrepiece is its playful Rhodes chord sequence which sounds as if it could have been taken from a […]