Posts Tagged ‘Garage’
Posted by @tristanorchard
posted by @tristanorchard
Birmingham’s Low Steppa is one of the staple figures of the resurgent UK bass/garage sound that is so ubiquitous right now. Today he dropped Sometimes, a piano-laden two step groove with a classic soul diva sample. Cop it for free and get to struttin.
The Fools Gold house lady is coming to Vancouver this Thursday at Shine and we’re giving away 4 pairs, yes PAIRS of tickets to the show. All you gotta do is email us at email@example.com with the subject as “Anna Lunoe”. Winners announced Thursday noon! Stream some Anna tracks below and make sure to enter!
3 months ago the UK’s Karma Kid gave us an amazing house tune that got airplay almost everywhere, even Maths Time Joy did an amazing remix for it on XLR8R but now we get “Armeria’s Full Of Happiness Edit”. This version of the song besides Math Time’s remix is absolutely perfect, it’ll get you by these hot summer days without a problem. Stream or download the track below!
Posted by @Hernandizzle
Since his Kyogi remix Honest has released quality music keeping that garage vibe hes known for, with 2 EP’s under his belt the Texas based producer has expanded to different genre territory and included house into his style. His most recent release is for STRFKR’s single “While I’m Alive” Remix Contest, while the already catchy song Honest gives it his compliments that just take the song somewhere nice and different. If you’re in the Vancouver area STRFKR is coming to Fortune Sound Club July 25th, get tickets at Red Cat Records, Zulu Records or online here. Stream or download the track below and make sure to keep an eye on this cat, follow him on Facebook or Twitter.
Posted by @Hernandizzle
British producer Lone is back in the cut. Typically known for his eerie melodies layered over druggy soundscapes, the Nottingham native goes for a decidedly relevant garage flow on his newest release. Synth brass forever.
posted by @pat_lok
To experience a performance from Vancouver-based alternative/indie outfit Philoceraptor is to know them.
The first time I caught them live, front man (?) Justin Penney partied his way off a stool and broke some vital bones in his body, prompting tears (allegedly) and an internet apology – this was preceded by an exquisite rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody, acapella, by fellow vocalist Steve Mann. Not to be outdone, human abacus/drummer Phil Jette held the trio together with the stoic responsibility of mayonnaise in a classic BLT.