Ushering in Max Ravitz (aka Patricia)’s new label Active Cultures under his newly-generated moniker Tide Eman, Austin-based producer Bill Converse returns with the high-density ‘Animate Objects’ EP, dishing out three highly-hypnotic dubby tech gems packed with off-the-hook psychedelia to please both the dancefloor nonconformists and demanding home-listeners.
Today Love Saves The Day reveal their lineup for the sixth edition of the festival taking place Saturday 27th – Sunday 28th May 2017 in Eastville Park, Bristol. Saturday’s bill includes
Spanish-born now Brussels-based Clara! recently delivered the second number in her excellent mixtape series ‘Reggaetoneras‘ via Editions Gravats, the ermine-emblazoned label run by Jean Carval and Low Jack. We seized the occasion and sat back with the Galician DJ to discuss her background in music, the place of women in reggaeton and how she came to DJing.
Running several labels like FuckPunk, No Corner and Peng Sound whilst making for an essential cog of the Young Echo crew alongside Jabu, Vessel, Ishan Sound et al, the Brizzle-based producer follows up to his rather underrated debut solo outing on Blackest Ever Black with a gilt-edged double slice for Gizmo’s Berceuse Heroique imprint.
The mystical bond between nature and sound has proven once again that music is not only something you hear but a physical vibration that shakes both the earth and skies in one go. Terraforma gave birth to an idyllic world free of the bourns that would impede its expansion to weave the sound and universe as one.