Category Archive for: Minimal


Deebs – Awry (Album)

 Toronto beatsmith Deebs creates music that will inspire a journey regardless of whether the listener is partaking in physical movement or not. He lends himself to varying soundscapes that pull on heartstrings one moment and create euphoria in another. Awry, Deebs new album, is a culmination of these contrasting elements. “Arcadia 333″ leads off the series with…

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Flume Takes on Disclosure’s ‘You & Me’

Australian-born producer Flume has been on a roll since the release of his album late last year. Early this morning he took it to another level when he uploaded his remix of Disclosure’s ‘You & Me’ to SoundCloud. Arguably a better rendition than the original, Flume gives the track his “Orchestral Crunkwave” treatment with beautiful…

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Banks – Warm Water (Prod. by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)

Los Angeles songtress Banks is one to keep your ears on. The beautiful vocalist is dynamic and soulful, exhibiting great pop-sensibility while staying true to herself. Recently Orlando Higginbottom aka Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs aka TEED produced her new track “Warm Water”, which she obviously wrote. It is softer and more sensual compared to her…

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Ta-ku – Make It Last EP

/ / / /  Sometimes in music, an artist’s recognition is not proportional to their talent. Ta-ku is a prime example of this unfortunate reality. The Australian producer is one of the most talented beat makers in the game today, yet his persona speaks much softer than his productions. But in 2012, Ta-ku sought out to change this…

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JUS005: George Maple – Uphill

/ / / /  Almost every song plays a chord, but very few can strike one like this. Bondax‘s budding recording label Just Us released an absolutely breathtaking track from Australian vocalist George Maple. Bondax considers the FEMALE singer/songwriter as the “First Lady” of Just Us, both literally and figuratively. In our interview with Bondax a few months ago,…

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Jessie Ware – No To Love (George Fitzgerald Remix)

George Fitzgerald is a connoisseur of a vibrant house sound, which allows him to move from a dark and brooding bass line on one production to a skidding four to the floor club thumper on the next. On Jessie Ware‘s “No To Love”, the London based producer adds further texture while removing the indie rock elements…

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SoundLogik Radio: Logikast 002 ft. Television Sky

The more one listens to music, the more one realizes that it is limitless. More than just limitless in how it sounds, but limitless in how it’s made, and limitless with regards to who can make music. When 15 year old genius Television Sky out of our hometown of San Diego sent us over some…

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Four Tet – Lion (Jamie xx remix)

It makes perfect sense that Jamie xx would remix his first Four Tet track today. The two played back to back dj sets on Friday, taking over the formerly abandoned Autumn Bowl for the Red Bull Music Academy event in New York City. Jamie xx remixed Four Tet’s “Lion” and the result is so simple…

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Jokers Of The Scene – Killing Jokes III (Mickey Moonlight’s Joke)

Resident Toronto electronic music clowns, Jokers Of The Scene, are back on Fool’s Gold with Killing Jokes III and some funky new sounds from the beatlab. They aren’t joking around with their new sounds though, experimenting and getting a little hippie for their own good. Ed Banger‘s resident psych guru Mickey Moonlight takes the original…

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Sunday Parisienne 10.14.12

Tumblr // Facebook Today marks the beginning of our beautiful friendship/collaboration with Yin&Yang Parisienne– a tasteful medley of photography, design and music. Every Sunday, we will feature a photo and a mix from our local Parisienne that is best enjoyed with a cigarette and coffee. The tunes will be of the Sabbath variety; anything from chillwave to ambient, post-dub to dreamscape…

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