Yesterday our good friend Cosmic JD released his newest mix for the Future Soul podcast on Hypnotic Mindscapes!
The mix is an hour-long all-vinyl journey into deep and soulful house music, with a futuristic, cosmic touch.
Click here for the tracklist.
Yesterday, our good friend James Teej released his second LP Eight Bit Ocean on Sasha’s Last Night On Earth label.
We checked-out his album pre-launch at The Drake Underground last month and enjoyed the live-set Teej played so much, we thought we’d share it with you!
Update: We’re now LIVE from the Pronto Musique private loft party in Montreal! Click here to tune in live as our girl Mightykat takes the decks!
Tonight, we host Release The Pressure alongside Montreal-based record label Pronto Musique, as they celebrate the release of the All I See Is You set of remixes exclusively on Beatport, and the first in a series of private parties in the French-Canadian party capital.
The Beatport release features two of the artists slated to play tonight, as EZLV and Miguel Graça will bring their signature brand of deep house alongside our girl Mightykat!
While the intvite-only list is looking just about full, you can join the party online and tune-in to the WOA live-stream by clicking HERE
Tomorrow, Montreal-based label Victims Music Company‘s first release, Someone Else will be released digitally worldwide!
We have an exclusive sneak peek at the EP before anyone else – be sure to check it out!
Produced by Montreal native LEBARON, alongside Dick Jones on keys and Dee on vocals, Someone Else delivers catchy basslines and rhodes that take us straight back to the ’80s.
The EP also features a rework by BPM Festival resident DJ Jeff Gold, adding deep, subtle synths and on-point percussion.
The “queen of techno” Nicole Moudaber is continuing her quick ascension atop the international music scene as she recently announced the release of her debut album, Believe!
The artist album showcases her stellar ear for production, as well as her incredible voice. The ten-track LP features a collaboration with Drumcode head Adam Beyer on Take Hold, which may the be the first of many collabs from these two.
“We’ve been talking about joining forces for awhile but time didn’t permit with our hectic schedules” Moudaber explained, as she recently chatted with Rolling Stone Magazine. “There are plans to do more after the summer together; there will be more where this came from.”