Not quite decided to pick a side between ambient and rhythmic grounds, the enigmatic lastminuteman champions a hazed-out, weirdly arranged strain of electronics. Speckled with hissy
Today we’re glad to unveil a brand new concept and introduce you to a fresh collection of podcasts with the ‘100%’ series. Aimed to feature an array of mixes from labels we support and shed a broader light on the depth of their catalogue, we’re glad to kick off the series with a choice mix from our good pals from Dublin’s Jheri Tracks, the more club-oriented side of All City.
Back with his second instalment as Sias after a promising debut album for Budapest label Farbwechsel, Frank Sweeney is securing his place as one of the main lieutenants of the Irish capital’s return to top form. His new three-tracker, ‘Milk Harbour’, offers a particularly solid assortment of raw, screeching 4/4 beats and filthy offbeat electronics, nothing short of spectacular.