As 2020 marks itself as one of our most turbulent years, I decided last year to side myself out from blogging and writing posts to simply explore the world creatively and just see where my creative mind has taken me to. A few things I have learned about myself is simply what I find to … Continue reading A year of no blogging: what I learned
The day finally arrived. I have graduated officially as a bachelor in media may 31st, 2019. My studies began on august 12th 2014, and the long, five year road to graduation was filled with a massive mix of emotions that it is hard to describe within a single sentence. The official effect of my graduation … Continue reading A week after graduation. The aftermath of film school.
https://soundcloud.com/ninja-tune/sets/marie-davidson-work-it-soulwax Released by Ninja Tune and remixed by Soulwax, here we have Marie Davidson's "Work It", a cautionary tale of... who am I kidding, not a cautionary tale but more of an attitude booster with good old classic straight to the point vocals. Marie Davidson herself being the vocal track of this remix, we get a great … Continue reading Montrealian electro with a rebel tinge
Agrume, the new French household name of future funk/new wave /vapourwave or however you like to call it has teased us with a very classic french house style take on his signature usage of Japanese samples with Worldwide Weeb. Spicing the entire track with token Japanese sound effects from all kinds of sources, ranging from … Continue reading Groovy Japanophilia from the Réunion
Juste Shani, a french rapper extraordinaire has hit a beat and bars like no other with her upcoming EP Quelle Idée? Fairly unique in it's composition, the EP (which will be on sale January 13 2019, by the way) is a very good celebration of rap and boom-bap music, combining elements from all genres ranging … Continue reading Rap made from France, with attitude.
Remember how I said that funk ain't dead on the previous article? At the other side of the coin, Ed Longo is rejuvenating jazz with The Applied Arts Ensemble, a group of mainly jazz musicians from all around Europe. The fifth entry to the roster of Early Sounds Recordings seems definitely to be their best … Continue reading The Other Fantasy by Ed Longo, a promising modern take on jazz.
And who said that funk was dead? DJ MARRRTIN keeps the sound of that action packed genre well alive with his single Tango Hustle, which is part of the up and coming album Tango Hustle / Arash1 / Kills that is to be published by Stereophonk, a French label and pure treasure trove of full albums and tracks that ooze the … Continue reading SINGLE: Tango Hustle by DJ MARRRTIN
Before we begin this article, this is by no means sponsored by Ollo Audio. I hardly pay attention to headphones at the higher end, but now that I had the chance to test these out I feel that an article explaining what made me fall in love with these headphones is the least I can … Continue reading PRODUCT REVIEW: Ollo Audio’s S4 and S4R headphones
Friday's around the corner, so of course for that we got Smalltown DJs with Dances With White Girls bringing us this banger of a single What's Your Poison, a track true to it's roots as a fist pumping, foot stomping and jump inducing electronic disco beat. Along with a good old vocal loop that is very deeply rooted in … Continue reading SINGLE: Smalltown DJs & Dances With White Girls – What’s Your Poison
Releasing the 14th of November 2018 but available to listen on Bandcamp already, Feverkin graces our ears with an album aptly named Calendar Project, a mix and match of very chill instrumentals followed by an amazing ambiance. Easily remembered, each and every track is simply named after every month of the year, from January to December. Each … Continue reading ALBUM: Calendar Project by Feverkin