In case you’ve been living under a rock, Disclosure‘s debut album is fire. And for all of you who were hating on them for “faking it” in the UK at whatever event that was… grow up. These kids are a couple of the most talented artists out there. If it weren’t for Henry Saiz‘s new album I’d say this is the album of the year. It’s just too early to tell. Gotta let them both grow on me. Still waiting for Disclosure to release this bad boy on Beatport… did they do an exclusive iTunes deal or something? WTF.
Axwell‘s remode of “Center Of The Universe” is the number 1 track out there right now, simply dominating the Beatport charts. It’s essential. Buy it today. That’s it.
Still waiting on the Amine Edge & DANCE remix of this bad boy, but this video is too good not to share. “Ima take that bitch to college, Ima give that bitch some knowledge”
“The only techno label that is not really techno” - Mistakes Music
Sébastien Léger is an OG in the electronic music scene, so naturally I had been anxiously awaiting the release of this album. He has been known to experiment with all different types of sounds and soundscapes, and this album is no different, despite the title. Each song is completely different from the next, some are meant for the club while the majority are meant to listen to on a sunny day in the park. I’ve been pretty obsessed with this album ever since I got around to buying it a few weeks ago, now it’s your turn.
Guess we just can’t get enough Sam Smith these days. Just so good it hurts.
Since our beginning, we’ve been consistently crossing paths with talented artists one way or another. Whether it was from them playing one of our shows, or us finding them on the web, we’ve found something we love about everyone on here. The Melt Compilation Vol. 1 is a collection of songs from these artists alongside all five of our residents who include Gossamer, Moiety, Snorlax, FuzZ, Kloud, and Djemba Djemba. The styles incorporated within the compilation span one too many sub-genres too mention. The release itself is a result of the growing community of talent that we find ourselves in each day. We’re grateful to be a part of such a progressive movement of artists who are paving new paths and we look forward to being here to watch the growth continue.
If you’re into expanding your musical pallet, this compilation mixtape is for you. Really cool stuff in here. Mucho respect for the free download. I would imagine this goes great with a healthy set of kush-ups. My favorites are Wondr‘s Bolex and Obey City‘s That Molly.