Amsterdam’s Ganz returns to Plastician’s Terrorhythm imprint, after his critically acclaimed debut ‘Purple Cwtch EP’ released on the label in 2013. The new EP is entitled ‘Dino War’ and features three tasty cuts of technicolour bliss referencing Bristolian purple lord Joker and Grime Jazz don Swindle! ‘The New Era’ is the mellow opener that sets the scene for what will follow: a heavy lazer attack orchestrated by title track ‘Dino War’ and the EP’s closer ‘Trophies’!
Dino War EP is released on Terrorhythm Recordings on April the 20th.
Dino War E.P. by GANZ
Forthcoming release from the Mr. Mitch camp – this time around from elusive producer Iglew. The Leeds resident draws up four grime inspired, atmospheric compositions, that work for headphone as well as dancefloor consumption, striking a well measured balance between stiilness and speed, power and harmony; It’s rhythm, it’s sound!
The ‘Urban Myth EP’ is out on Arpil 27th on Vinyl & Digital via Gobstopper Records.
New heat on DJ Haus’ always reliable Uknown To The Unknown imprint, this time around from the mind of Australia’s Cassius Select. Four out there cuts referencing IDM, UK Garage and Hardcore!
The EP is expected to hit the streets on March 23rd until then listen and pre-order a copy via:
South London’s Henry Wu serves up his debut EP for Alexander Nut’s Ho Tep imprint entitled ‘Negotiate’. Five warm, deep and soulful groovers that have ‘redlight, basementality’ written all over them! The EP is set for release on February the 16th and is already supported from the likes of Osunlade, J.Rocc, Seven Davis Jr & Budgie!
Listen to the snippets here: www.redeyerecords.co.uk/vinyl/61234-hotep008-henry-wu-negotiate-ep
Beautiful music taken from Alexander Brettin’s aka The Mild High Club debut LP on Stones Throw! Sun drenched psych pop from a Jazz musician that sounds more like Todd Rundgren spilling bong-water on his Macbook than Charlie Parker!
Canada’s Jacques Greene is back on the always awesome LuckyMe with a brand new four tracker featuring remixes by producer of the moment Suicideyear and Glasgow’s Sei A. The title track is a bumpy workout in typical JG fashion, while track 2 simply entitled ‘1 4 Me’ builds around a reverberating bass drum, piercing snares and an emotive vocal hook. On the flip Suicideyear follows similar melancholic paths layering nostalgic synths on top of an electroesque beat, while Sei A opts for a more club oriented feel cooking up a repetative stomp designed to set the floor in motion.
Listen to ‘1 4 Me’ here: soundcloud.com/jacquesgreene/14me