Kahn and his partner in crime Neek have unleashed a torrent of tracks operating in hyper-specific genre confines, thriving in the process. While both producers have released free-form material as part of the Young Echo collective, their Roots, Dancehall, Dubstep and Grime tracks under their principal aliases and as Gorgon Sound stand as some of the strongest sound system music in recent memory.
Girl Unit is in Hysterics February 6, 2015
As far as second acts go, Girl Unit's re-invention as Hysterics sets the gold standard for producer seeking to shed their old sounds without losing what made their music so special.
This month in Spooky February 2, 2015
Son Raw is spooky white. No seriously, he’s translucent. And he’ll be gone to some islands to catch some sun by the time this post is live. Spooky deserves an award for being Spooky. He doesn’t release albums full of ambient explorations, or drop music inciting writers to pen corny think pieces but he’s on pirate […]
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Tee Vish and Jenna G's Don't hold back helps Son Raw deal with the frost.
After seeing his set at Montreal's IglooFest, Son Raw pays tribute to the Low End Theory detonator.
2015: Year of the Novelist January 20, 2015
2015 is Novelist's to lose. He's got top producers in his corner, the game's biggest independent labels backing him and a flow accessible to a generation that's more Piratebay than Pirate Radio. No pressure.
Son Raw talks to Melbourne's Air Max '97, repping the Tropical Waste Crew, synthesizing club and bass in singular ways.
Butterz' latest Scars EP feels particularly significant, since it positions the imprint as a connector between the old school and new.
This week's mix comes from Maryland's College Hill, and t's a definite treat for fans of Afrofuturism and forward thinking electronic music in general.