Break Through Artists

tree formulaTree Bosier is a one-man project of Max Ananyev. Musician & producer from Saint Petersburg on Loodma Recordings.

miguelqMiguel Quiterio aka Dj MAQ owner and A&R of MAQ Records, a portuguese label. He starts his carrear in 2004, he already plays with names like Zero7 (Dj Set), Chelonis R. Jones, Dj Deep, Sian, Dan Berkson & James What, Hearthrob, Julien Juweil, Alex Smoke, Kenny Leaven, Husley & Gunz, Florian Meindl, Chloe, Gummihz, Gavin Herlihy, Manuel Tur, Dj Patife, Minilogue,Scissor Sisters (Dj Set), Rui Vargas, Miguel Rendeiro, Alex Vieira, Nuno Di Rosso, Freshkitos, Expander, Nuno F, Alec Wizz, Pink Boy, Dezperados and many others. He as been resident dj at one of the most powerful club in Portugal (Industria Club) and he already play in clubs like: Industria Porto (Residente), Caffe 1001 (@ London), Rhythm Factory (@ London), Turnmills (@ London), Aquarium (@ London), Bazaar Porto, Maré Alta (After-hours), Opart Lisboa, Caffe Del Rio Viana do Castelo, Hit Club Povoa de Varzim.


At this moments e is the musical director of two clubs in Oporto, Lusitano Cafe and Zoom Club. Miguel sets are a trip between Acid Jazz / Chill Out / Trip Hop / Disco / Deep House / House / Minimal / Breaks / Deep Tech / Tech House / Techo..

faltydlFaltyDL is releasing his fourth album In The Wild, the successor to last year’s acclaimed Hardcourage, on Ninja Tune. In The Wild finds the Brooklyn-based FaltyDL – also known as Drew Lustman – collaborating with artist Chris Shen to explore the phrase “In The Wild” as a catalyst for the spatial and technological reproduction of sound and video. Of the seventeen tracks, the album features the dulcet slow-burner “Some Jazz Sh#t”, the jungle-tinged “Heart & Soul”, and the quiet storm sway of “Ahead The Ship Sleeps”. These tracks and three others are contained in this album sampler, showcasing the innovative electronic technique of FaltyDL, suited equally for radical dance floors and journeying head spaces. Be sure to check it out.

mozartssisterMozart’s Sister – the solo project of Montreal’s Caila Thompson-Hannant she started back in early 2011 – delights in making glittering, celebratory pop with an underlying strain of brittle, claustrophobic energy. By marrying the accessible with the decidedly off-kilter, she displays a similar vigor and charisma to female contemporaries Grimes and tUnE-yArDs, both of whom too learned their trade among the same fertile hometown scene as her.

Since attracting a ton of buzz for her entrancing live shows and for first EP Hello, Mozart’s Sister (aka Caila Thompson-Hannant) has been head-down in her bedroom writing her debut album. For anyone who’s been following her work – and for new listeners – Being is Mozart’s Sister expressing macrocosmic ideas about life with panache and abundant hooks.

Inspired by Discovery-era Daft Punk,  Post-era Bjork, and Betty Davis, Caila produced, recorded and wrote the album using a cheap sound card and Ableton software, approaching it with a do-it-all-by-my-self ideology.

Being is fundamentally a pop record. But if you’re looking to catalog her music more than that, you’re going to have a hard time; Caila describes Being as an intentionally fractured album. “It was far reaching. Things didn’t always connect, but that was part of the whole idea,” she says. Which is representative of the best music, and maybe the best of life: looking for order in chaos, not always finding it, and living with whatever happens next.

jungleJungle are based around a core musical duo of lifelong friends known simply as ‘J’ and ‘T’, who expand to a thrilling seven piece live, and make mesmeric, kaleidoscopic modern soul that’s unmistakably born in the UK but has true global appeal. The album was recorded between the band’s own home studio in Shepherds Bush, London and the XL Recordings studio in nearby Ladbroke Grove.

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