Jimi Jules follows on his standout Karma Baby EP from earlier this year, with Fool. The title track has been voraciously Track I.D’d ever since Dixon debuted it at the Innervisions party during Sonar, before highlighting Jules’ Boiler Room session in August.
Returning for her second release on Phantasy, TERR captures further dancefloor magic on the blistering Energy Sync. Following the success of Tale of Devotion, the Brazilian-born, Berlin-based producer continues to distill her exquisite instincts into an irresistible single that blends electro and disco influences with flawless song writing.
Following the acclaimed I’m Not Defeated, Bronx-born singer-songwriter Fiorious returns to Glitterbox for his latest release, Future Romance. An artist that represents the dawning of a new chapter of Glitterbox talent, described by Mixmag as “a specialist in stirring emotions,” Fiorious’ indelible vocals make him a vital new force in dance music.
Doctor Dru and M.E.M.O. team up for the first time on renowned Berlin imprint Mobilee with Barial / Junar. Doctor Dru arrives fresh from releases on tastemaker labels Flying Circus and Diynamic while M.E.M.O., a Mobilee regular, still basks in the afterglow of his 2018 Hispano-American Vicious Music Award for best deep house artist.
Based in Munich, Germany, the producer, part-time DJ and Permanent Vacation label co-head Tom Bioly aka TB delivers new romantics, inspired by influences like The Cure’s The Holy Hour, Boards of Canada’s late 90s electronica, Miami Vice tropic percussion and Angelo Badalamenti’s Twin Peaks.
Mysterious trio Mount Kismet present their debut album Warmer Lanes via Disco Halal. Strung together by the dark, alluring vocals of French-Canadian artist C.A.R., the first single, Teenage Fantasy, combines sparse, synth-driven cold wave with the kind of Middle Eastern electronic elements that have become synonymous with Disco Halal.
Up to this point, these two jams have only been available on a limited picture disc, issued through Circoloco. To make this material more widely accessible, Keinemusik make it now, set in premium binary codes – Rampa’s own Terrace-hymn and purest Garden feeling courtesy of &ME.
Using the platform of fabric and FABRICLIVE that the London club have lovingly nurtured over the past 20 years, fabric Records present the past and future with 20 artists across 20 tracks, for the 20th Anniversary celebration of the beating heart of EC1.
Sophie Lloyd’s debut on Classic Music Company – Calling Out, came last year as an antidote to the pervading doom and gloom of the news and a dreary winter, and inspired remixes from David Penn, Danny Krivit, Riva Starr and Floorplan.