"Be on My Side" is about friendship, love, fear, consciousness and hallucination. This is the first collaboration from Kip Nelson, featuring an old friend of his Bira on the microphone. The duet in the chorus is intertwined with layers upon layers to unfold, while the verses pack a rustic bassline and some funk filled punch.
On the forefront of the Florentine electronic music scene since 2010, Tropical Animals, first promoting club parties with bookings such as Denis Sultra, Jayda G, Daniele Baldelli, Interstellar Funk, Ross From Friends, Avalon Emerson, Chez Damier and many others, the collective has finally created a label. Launched in 2018, and featuring former guests and local talents as well as friendly faces from various stages, they quickly consolidated their position as a bastion of intriguing and textured dance music.
As the name of this compilation suggests,'Rave In The Cave Vol.1' is an underground collection of very powerful dancefloor pieces. The composition of 10 titles is dotted with galactic offerings that retain a sense of the real world's crudeness. From Nero Zang's "Akasha" to Mystic Valley's "First Sight", the first being a ritual dance between extraterrestrial arches, acid blows and shaman drums, the second filled with seismic tremors and strange vocal samples. Gaiden's "Star Seeker" offers a sensory assault of acidic bass, arpeggiators and twisted voices, designed for large systems. Captivating techno cuts are also mentioned from the depths. Two key piecesthe applause and enchanting sound sequences of Elisa Bee with'Spiritual Movements', alongside the bionic vocal loops and the metallic and technical rhythms of The Analogue Cops with'TAPETWENTYTWO'. Michael Byrne hates it with "Babatti", a broken track inflated with atmospheric pads and catchy bass lines, while Ricardo Baez presents in "Loco por la techno", with Lonely Dancer, a network full of melodies and synths of all kinds. Ennio Colaci activates the Detroit mode with "White Land" and its metal drums and other underwater gargle. The Cyclist makes a second appearance for the label, bringing a grumpy lo-fi techno award, "Mantras Lost". SPO closes this compilation with "Viaje Literario", an Italian bomb infused with EBM.
10 artists, 10 titles, local talents mixed with a handful of international producers forming this family of Tropical Animals embodying an atmosphere that they have carefully maintained for nearly 10 years.
Tame Impala's new studio album "Slow Rush" is therefore expected on February 14, 2020 on the Interscope label. 4 long years have already passed since "Currents", the last album of the Australians carried by a Kevin Parker then at the top of his art. 2 excellent singles "Patience" and "Borderline" have already been released in 2019. Last week Kevin Parker quietly broke the internet by tying the artwork, name and release date of "Slow Rush"
Recorded between Los Angeles and Fremantle, his Australian hometown, the album will consist of 12 tracks including "Borderline" and "It Might Be Time", the new single unveiled today by Kevin Parker. However, "Patience", the single that marked Tame Impala's great comeback, will not appear on the album.
For more information on the title, discover Kevin Parker's interview with Zane low for Apple Music:
They are one of the leading figure of the Dutch electronic scene, as talented as respected for their edits and productions, Kraak&Smaak have once again confirmed their status with a very pleasing 6th studio album.
Pleasure Centre' is a cordial invitation to the trio living room where the decoration is neat, the cocktail tasty and the welcome impeccable.Two years of hard work giving birth to 15 songs brilliantly oscillating between Disco/Funk Jams and some more Pop oriented Dowtempo ballads . A red line, the warm signature and the undeniable groove of the trio who knew how to surround themselves well for the occasion with a good number of feats with little onions.