Break Through Artists

FilaBrazilliaHushHushThe return of Fila Brazillia and the EP - MMXX (2020) that includes 5 new amazing tracks that include funky chunked out downbeat with long spacious beatless tracks. Good to see Steve Cobby and David McSherry return.

1coverHoping to to bring something positive & uplifting into these confusing times.... & Who better to collaborate with than Irina Mikhailova (Vocals) & Sukhdev Prasad Mishra (Classical Indian Violin)

Mastered by Torin 'Bird of Prey' Goodnight @ Ascended Mastering

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mirageclubFrench trio Mirage Club haven’t said their last word this year. Following the critically-acclaimed ‘Communication’ released a few months ago, they now return with a sumptuous single named “Tropical Z”, that comes as a foretaste of their upcoming EP.

mr moonFor our next release we'd like to say welcome to Mr. Moon, who hails from Plovdiv in Bulgaria. He has teamed up vocalist Mey on this fine three track release.

They bring us a warm selection of melodic, slow and sensual music that also contains the right amount of bounce to keep the body moving.

Another great release for Puro Music followers to enjoy.

E1sbarLong distance duo E1sbar (pronounced Ice Bear) return with a maturation of their multi-layered chill-wave sound on The Legend Of. The pair, formed in 2015, blend Frank Cueto’s sweeping musical vistas with Piper Davis’ haunting vocals. Davis is an in-demand vocalist with releases on Pamapa, Kompakt, and Anjunadeep. She has a distinctive vocal style, which in her own words; “sounds like a mixture of a woman an a prepubescent boy.” Cueto is a member of All Good Funk Alliance (AGFA), a prominenton the electronic funk scene for over two decades. Together as E1sbar, the pair are a definitively modern-day duo. Cueto and Davis have yet to meet in person despite their ongoing collaboration. A sense of distance permeates E1sbar’s sound and Davis’ day job as a flight attendant inspires examinations of her unreal reality; “I basically live on a cloud.” On The Legend Of, Cueto’s production stretches sonically across slick futurescapes with E1sbar’s usual optimism. But where the previous release Looser Futurism explored themes of adapting to a life lived off the ground, The Legend Of is written from the perspective of a post-touchdown reintegration. Davis’ lyrical trajectory is decidedly less “alone in space” and more “looking for life.” There are distinctively grounded dance grooves and more terrestrial elements like the pedal steel on title track. Other examples are the
sturdy bass line on “Star World” and the funk-tinged guitar of “Snowfall.” The sense of expanse is still there; glimmering otherworldly atmospheres resonate from track to track but the need for contact, collaboration, and humanity run through the record in a more urgent way. Real life becomes the promised ideal, followed by the recognition that, here in the future, even on the ground, it’s hard to come all the way down.

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