Spaces is a new series in which we visit the clubs, record shops and cultural spaces that are making waves in our scene. First up, we take a look back at the now closed pop-up The Trilogy Tapes Store in New York. Click on for a video and photos of the store.
Since surfacing two years ago on Molten Moods Jonas Friedlich has been championing a sound that wholeheartedly crosses segments of stomping techno, old-school junglism, pot-fuelled Bristolian riddims and post-industrial atmospherics to design a uniquely trenchant arsenal of dancefloor-dedicated weapons. We caught up with the German producer to find out more about his origins.
After a string of well-received EPs on The Trilogy Tapes that’s seen them forge an eccentric signature sound halfway lo-fi analogue house and cask-aged breakbeat vintage, the pair was yet to hit the full-length format and to be honest, they managed to come up with an album both articulate and rejoicingly bleary.
Today mysterious production duo Rezzett shared a track from their forthcoming self-titled album, scheduled for release 19th February via Will Bankhead’s continuously on-point record label The
No need to rack up bulky kicks and ruthless bass swells to turn up the heat, ‘Shy Dancers on Bungalowdorf Beach’ is a tranquil display of power, each bullet reaching its destination effortlessly. Blawan essentialised the power of his punchy floor breakers into compact tablets, like a freeze-dried version of his ‘old’ self. Massive in all its aspects.
From Low Jack’s massive new LP on the ever-vanguard Modern Love to DJ Slyngshot’s debut effort out of the Yappin circle for the newborn Place No Blame, onto Suzanne Kraft’s summer-flavored ‘DJ Safety Track’ for Stuttgart’s finest Kitjen, there’s been full flocks of nuggets flying aplenty. Here’s our recap.