An album which captures the nostalgia and reflection that rolls in with the first signs of autumn. We challenged our current roster of artists to come up with a lofi hip hop track which captures an autumnal feeling based on the image used for the album artwork.
Each track on Climate’s debut EP ‘Silk Road’ is artfully choreographed to capture the feeling of travelling along the Silk Road. Like one of the many routes of the Silk Road itself, the EP begins with a carefree afternoon in China, and later ends with our traveller crossing the border into India.
Although we are constantly communicating, Leon and I rarely see each other face to face as I live in the UK and he lives The Netherlands. However, last month we spent a few days together to discuss some changes to Aviary Bridge Records.
The most suitable way to describe Elleodin’s single ‘Lena’ would be as ‘abstract’ electronica. This strange track pushes the boundaries of sub-genres within electronic music, making Lena worth a listen even if just for the sake of curiosity.
“Desire” is a highly emotive album with a mysterious, thought-provoking narrative. Archer has combined old with new by infusing ambient synths and atmospheres with trap beats, reminiscent of the days when he produced this contrasting side of electronic music. With haunting vocals and gentle pianos, Desire will capture your imagination, and there’s a strong chance you’ll lose yourself there.
Little over a month ago we organised a remix contest for a couple of tracks from the Daydreaming album by Safe Place. Along the way we received a few emails from remixers who stated that the tracks were so good that they found it hard to come up with something new without damaging the originals.
A remix competition featuring 'Happy', Friends' and 'Delicate' from Safe Place's spellbinding album 'Daydreaming'.
A sublime mix of trip hop, chillout and electronica, Blue Hour plays like the last breath of winter at twilight, full of delicate crystalline percussion and deep bass lines.
‘The Dream’ is more of an experience than an album. It draws you in in an unexplainable way, causing you to listen to it in it’s entirety and leaving you feeling oddly calm and elated after the final track. Perhaps the best way to describe it would be as a session of guided meditation - one that you have entered into before you are even aware of it.
In his debut EP 'Prologue', sar.casm takes us down a long and winding road full of creativity with zero limitations.