Exclusives

foresterWhat do you have when chaotic city life meets the serene nature of the great outdoors? Xander Carlson and David Parris - better known as the electronic-laced, indie-folk duo Forester - would be the answer. Today, the duo shared their introspective debut concept album, Kerosene, out now on Lowly.

Check out the video for "Kerosene"

jackpriestTaken under the wing of the “neon haired” techno boss Cajmere at the end of last summer. Jack Priest's debut two tracker quickly hit high in the online charts. The bumping baseline of “Get up and Dance (While the Record Spins)” on Cajual Records shows off only part of his eclectic sound.Whether it’s house, techno, disco or R&B the young Bristolian’s free spirited ethos has seen him spinning sets all over town. Be sure to look out for remixes and follow up EP very soon.

Q Burns Abstract Message BlurfaceQ-Burns Abstract Message is an expert time traveler. But it’s not about the physical transportation of bodies into the past or future. Instead, these are sonic waves,vibrating in all directions, touching different eras and territories. Like a Stalker entering ‘The Zone,’ Q-BAM is forever in search of the undefinable. He’ll know it when he sees it, and today it’s looking like an AUDIOTOTEMPOLE. M. Donaldson is Q-Burns Abstract Message, formerly broadcasting with
Astralwerks and a handful of other co-conspirators. Over the decades he’s wielded turntables in locales from Novosibirsk to Antofagasta, but now he’s mostly quiet.

Occasionally Q-Burns Abstract Message pops up in someone’s mix set, or mentioned in a blog post, or perhaps in an odd remix. But, for the most part, he’s a known unknown. Now he’s reappeared, clutching an AUDIOTOTEMPOLE. It’s an homage to a secret history without the stain of nostalgia. These are songs spanning the lost years, buzzing with electricity and ritual ambiguity. “Tremble,” for example, is handed down from clouds, signaling Q-BAM’s transition from mystic to mystical. “Kept in a Shadehouse” undulates in continuous motion, brightly placing tones in orbit around its bristling center. And “Touchtones (1997)” is an earthy clue, creating the temporal connection — past meets present, full circle.

mir remixedMan In A Room “Remixed” is a brand-new collection of re-imaginings and reinterpretations of Irish song writer and producer Steven Connolly.  Fine artists from the Lemongrassmusic roster have gathered to rework many of Man In A Room’s vocal releases of the recent years. Steven has been releasing 4 EPs and 1 album on Lemongrassmusic since 2011.
Like the original songs, these new works are a medley of sound and style.  New sonics, beautifully crafted by a much respected company of producers from around the globe.  spanning Sweden, USA, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, France and Norway.  The productions breathe a new spirit into many of these familiar tracks and animate a fresh and expanding imprint.

get cape wear cape flySamuel Lloyd "Sam" Duckworth (born 30 January 1986) is an English musician who performs as Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. He is sometimes referred to as Get Cape, Cape, GCWCF and Slam Dunkworth (the latter title apparently first coined by Emmy The Great).[3] According to Duckworth, his original stage name came from Retro Gamer magazine, from an article about superhero games such as Batman containing the heading "Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly", although a Calvin & Hobbes cartoon by Bill Watterson has also been cited.[4] In addition to the Get Cape name, and his given name, Duckworth has released music under the moniker Recreations.

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