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Lo Tide At The EndThe EP 'At The End' from Lo Tide takes you off the beaten path into places unknown. Each song delivering you to a new and unique location. Snappy percussion, vox stabs, atmospherics, pad swirls all form part of the overall picture and emotion of this release. Vocals from both Carolyn Cahill and Mascha provide a fresh and varied ingredient to the instrumental beds that Lo Tide lays down.

Chilled downtempo meets techy grooves as the EP glides along, moving effortlessly from one moment to the next. Eclectic elements are combined together on the edge of something you know and are familiar with and something altogether new. This is music that is an exploration in sound for both the artist and the listener alike.

sine chill7Haven’t heard from "Cosmic Chill Lounge“ for quite some time. Four years have passed since the release of the last compilation of this series. But there’s a comeback looming of this Chillout chart success: On 26th of May 2017 Sine Music will be finally releasing "Cosmic Chill Lounge Vol. 7“. The compilation will be available as download at all well-known downloadstores. Awoken from its beauty sleep the seventh edition of this series offers simply the latest, best and many exclusive tracks. 26 tracks and a playing time of at least 140 minutes.
"Sine - Glittering Waves“ let’s you find peace at blazing heat, fan your face and enjoy the moment. Until there’s that refreshment you’ve craved for with "Dr. Deep House - Stonewashed“ . Dip your toes into the seawater and watch the waves move. And maybe have a cocktail?
Many of the Sine Music family but also friends have contributed their wonderful tracks for this CD. Amongst them are new and exclusive tracks from SINE, Polished Chrome, Tauon, Fade, Sferix and some newcomers in the family like "Silky Waves“ with their beautiful track "Under my skin“ and many more.

telefonThe late 1990s was a fertile time in the American electronic underground. A growing body of artists, spread around the nation, were engaging in the latest round of a decades-long transatlantic musical conversation. At the convergence of hip-hop, electronic, and soul music, these artists sought to carve out their own lane. In September 2001, New Orleans’ Telefon Tel Aviv, high school friends Joshua Eustis and the late Charles Cooper, joined the conversation with their debut album, Fahrenheit Fair Enough, released by Hefty Records. A labour of love, Fahrenheit was an attempt by the pair “to contribute something meaningful” Eustis says today, “something definitely American, and kinda southern too.” On the fifteenth anniversary of its release, Ghostly International is reissuing Fahrenheit Fair Enough with a vinyl edition and bonus digital material.

antennaeMedicine is the 3rd album from Bay Area electronic music pioneer An-ten-nae, and pushes forth a new Deep Bass sound emerging from the west coast. Intricately balanced deep grooves flow under a cinematic landscape fused with deep captivating melodies and meticulous production values. The track listing itself leads you into a world where sound has deeper meanings. Medicine leaves behind the familiar Big Room EDM sounds found in over abundance in dance music today.

Instead this album takes bass in a deeper more thoughtful direction which can be compared to Big room versus Deep House. Polyrhythmic grooves accentuate deep old school UK Dubstep bass layers woven with 808s in a modern aesthetic, that is quite unique and refreshing. Medicine follows on the heels of the mixtape series “Medicine Crunk” which has over a Million plays. #MusicIsMedicine

sitsThe tides are turning for Mike Shannon and Takeshi Nishimoto, back with their second collaborative effort as Blue Fields. A project that debuted under Shannon’s own Haunt Music in 2012 with Ghost Story, their second album, Swimming in the Shadows is a deeper, more experimental piece that focuses on change, memory, and movement.  
Completed over the course of four years, Swimming in the Shadows was written and recorded in Berlin, with Shannon behind production and sound design, and Nishimoto on guitar. Influenced by the turning of leaves and life’s inevitable transformations, Swimming in the Shadows swelters with feelings of deep unrest and sounds heavy with emotion.  
Opening numbers “Paper Cuts” and “Falling in Deep” set the pace with dreamy, looping melodies and Parisian singer Ilhem Khodja’s hazy vocals. The momentum builds with darker, driving grooves and mutating synths — Cobblestone Jazz’s Danuel Tate, on the Rhodes, Vocoder and Moog Bass, features on the album’s stand out “I Felt That It Was True.” The album moves into more melancholy territory with “The Breeze Through The Floor” and the closing piece “Paper Ghost” as moments of distortion and deranged off-key tones melt back into the duo’s familiar pretty, underwater-like sounds. 

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