Constant Circles http://www.constantcircles.com We move in Constant Circles… Music. Art. Fashion. Life. Thu, 03 Dec 2020 21:40:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 95260660 CC RADIO: Episode 098 with Just Her & Jay Hill http://www.constantcircles.com/radio-098-just-her-jay-hill/ http://www.constantcircles.com/radio-098-just-her-jay-hill/#respond Thu, 03 Dec 2020 21:40:26 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17930 T R A C K L I S T // Part 1 – Just Her MixKollektiv Turmstrasse – Was Bleibt (Blindsmyth Remix) [Connaisseur Recordings]Icarus Traxx Featuring S Ruston – Love Bounce [Trunkfunk]II Faces – Silence (SIS Remix) [Echoe]Taran & Lomov – Escort 222 [Amber Muse]Joal – Eighty Four (Original Mix) [Constant Circles]Kahwe – The Rebel […]

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T R A C K L I S T //

Part 1 – Just Her Mix
Kollektiv Turmstrasse – Was Bleibt (Blindsmyth Remix) [Connaisseur Recordings]
Icarus Traxx Featuring S Ruston – Love Bounce [Trunkfunk]
II Faces – Silence (SIS Remix) [Echoe]
Taran & Lomov – Escort 222 [Amber Muse]
Joal – Eighty Four (Original Mix) [Constant Circles]
Kahwe – The Rebel (Extended Mix) [Anjunadeep]
Stefan Weise – TGR [Integrity Records]
Dart – Move Faster [LNOE]
Deeplomat & Dublatov – Frida (Original Mix) [Constant Circles]
Kino Todo – Paradox [Life And Death]
Uneo – Beaton [Amber Muse]

Part 2 – Jay Hill Guest Mix
Jamie Christer – The Educator (Jay Hill’s Detroit Education Remix) – Unreleased
Tribute track for Mike Huckaby
Jon Billick – Captain Crunch (Washerman Remix) – Esuoh
DJOKO – Daylight (orig. mix) – Rutilance Recordings
Onur Ozman, Rumex – Out of Distance (Just Her’s 1am Mix) – Constant Circles
Michael James, Enzo Siragusa – Fizical (orig. mix) – Fuse London
Ben Rau – What is Love (orig. mix) – INKAL
Cab Drivers – Backside 50 (orig. mix) – Cabinet Records
Jay Hill ft. Aquarius Heaven – Still Baking (orig. mix) – People of the Light (POTL)
CamelPhat, Ursula Rucker & Riva Starr – Crystal Clear (orig. mix) – Snatch! Records
Roman Poncet – Focal (orig. mix) – Figure

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CC PREMIERES: Rick Wade – Academy (Pezzner CR2 Remix) [Elypsia] http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-rick-wade-academy-pezzner-elypsia/ http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-rick-wade-academy-pezzner-elypsia/#respond Tue, 10 Nov 2020 20:34:58 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17917 Following the release of established Detroit artist Rick Wade’s ‘Timeless’ EP back in July 2017, Elypsia now revisits this collection of tracks with some fresh takes for 2020, featuring new interpretations from Tresilo, Pezzner and Vintage Future. We have the first play of Pezzner’s ‘CR2 Remix’, laying down a heavily swung drum groove, choppy bass […]

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Following the release of established Detroit artist Rick Wade’s ‘Timeless’ EP back in July 2017, Elypsia now revisits this collection of tracks with some fresh takes for 2020, featuring new interpretations from Tresilo, Pezzner and Vintage Future.

We have the first play of Pezzner’s ‘CR2 Remix’, laying down a heavily swung drum groove, choppy bass hits, string stabs and hazy pads, adding his own twist to the classic Rick Wade signature style.

A R T I S T // Rick Wade
T I T L E // Timeless (Remixed)
L A B E L // Elypsia Records
R E L E A S E // November 13th, 2020
C A T N O // ELY06112
F O R M A T // Digital/Vinyl

T R A C K S //
A1 The Way I Am (Tresilo Remix)
A2 Academy (Pezzner CR2 Remix)
B1 Planet Deep (Vintage Future Remix)
B2 Academy (Pezzner Remix)

F O L L O W //
https://soundcloud.com/pezzner
https://soundcloud.com/rick-wade
https://soundcloud.com/elypsiarecords

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CC INTERVIEWS: Jay Hill [Superfreq/People Of The Light] http://www.constantcircles.com/interview-jay-hill/ http://www.constantcircles.com/interview-jay-hill/#respond Mon, 02 Nov 2020 15:53:29 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17890 Following stellar releases on renowned labels such as Superfreq, Hot Creations, and her own imprint People Of The Light, Jay Hill makes her debut on Constant Circles with a forthcoming remix of label regular Joal. Ahead of the release, we invited her along for a chat and a guest mix on the radio show with […]

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Following stellar releases on renowned labels such as Superfreq, Hot Creations, and her own imprint People Of The Light, Jay Hill makes her debut on Constant Circles with a forthcoming remix of label regular Joal. Ahead of the release, we invited her along for a chat and a guest mix on the radio show with Just Her:

Hey Jay, welcome to CC 🙂 Firstly, what is your background and how did you get into music?

Thanks so much for having me Claire! I got into music when I was in San Francisco in my late teens & early 20’s. I grew up a church kid so I loved everything that was different – I was taking guitar & songwriting lessons from a former heavy metal hairband lead guitarist. He was teaching me more folky electronica stuff, and at the same time I started going out in clubs and really loved  the early west coast house, industrial and trip hop stuff (all of it). As things evolved I had a boyfriend that was an elite studio engineer & ambient producer in LA, I ended up moving there and he taught me how to produce & record beats so that I could start making the music I loved!  At the same time, I started a copywriting business (www.thewritingstudio.us) and through interviewing so many DJ’s, decided to learn for myself so that I could understand all these things they were talking about !

Where are you based and how has your home country or town influenced your music & career?

I’m currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA. After I left LA I moved to New York City in 2011 and was immediately immersed into the club culture & East Coast sounds as I started getting booked for gigs. This stuff starts to become so much more alive & real for you when you start playing! At the same time I was throwing parties & booking big A list DJ’s and it just kept evolving until I decided to go back to school & get an audio engineering degree. I also started getting booked around the US – Detroit, Chicago, DC, Boston etc. all of which have their own unique sounds & influences, which is the best part of DJing – you start to adapt to the crowds your playing to and here I am! 

How would you describe your sound – do you think your music falls into a particular genre?

For folks in the industry I say it’s either “deep tech, acid house, minimal & techno” as I feel most my tracks usually fall within those brackets but that being said, I’m really trying to expand and evolve & push some boundaries outside of that. . . to people who may not be in the know on all the dance music genres I say “underground style house & techno” or “non-commercial dance music” and try to leave it at that lol! 

You are making your debut on Constant Circles with a remix of Joal – how did you approach the remix and what direction did you take it?

Just over the moon about this project! Still working on this but my goal is try some new different beat patterns in a style similar to a track I made with Arctor called Mercurial (which we released on Superfreq last year). That being said, Arctor is a master with blending various breaks & techno beats, I’m not going in the breakbeat category but trying to grasp some elements so it’s not cookie cutter if that makes sense?! 

What is your production process – is each project or track different? And what are your key pieces of studio kit?

Yes every track & project is vastly different – I go in phases where I’m loving dreamy melodic tech/deep house and others I am feeling like making a ramming dark techno warehouse – no rhyme or rhythm to it at all! My process is to simply finish what I start &  that means I work on only one track at a time until I complete it – even if it’s shit, I put all my energy and attention into it and finish it. I don’t allow loads of 32 bar loops “ideas” to sit on my hard drive — that’s just not me. This way of working has served me I think in that I don’t crank out a lot of volume tracks but really try to bring the best quality to what I’m doing.

As for the studio kit – I have a super simple studio my mentors (Pete Moss & King Britt) taught me to use what I have & not get caught up in being a gear head but be focused on what’s coming out of the speakers. Right now my Roland TR8 drum machine and my Analogue Lab keyboard/VST are everything to me. I use these two machines like they are  going out of style. I’ve always had it in my mind that my gear can be upgraded over the years and not let that hold me back with my ego wanting to show off “this or that gear etc.” I mean I do hope to one day but right now the focus is on the output!

You also run your own label, People Of The Light. What is the concept behind this and what advice would you give to any artists looking starting their own imprint?

Frankly the original concept behind POTL was to use it as a platform to release my back catalogue of tracks & remix projects. But since I started in January of 2020 it’s now transformed into something so much different; in that now I see it as a platform to release music that connects people. When I started I had the support of a lot of people & that was super important to get lifted off the ground. I’m definitely looking forward to the future with POTL as I really wanted to do label nights & start to bring other artists in – I really didn’t want the label to be about me, but about the music. 
Admittedly, this label is a Bob Ross “happy accident” when I started I hardly had a clue about what it takes to run a label & all the behind the scenes stuff that goes along with it. This was probably the worst year to start it, but everything happens for a reason and I’m so proud of all we’ve accomplished through this pandemic!

My advice is to people thinking about starting a label – #1 you need to have enough funds to properly pay the people you need to help you do your job – graphic artists, writers, promotional companies etc. and be honorable with that stuff don’t dick people around with paying when you say you will etc. and #2 do your homework on the people you’re working with from your distributor to the promo companies – I feel the people I’ve developed relationships with along the way truly support me and get my vision – I feel so grateful to all the people that have been on board with POTL, it’s something that goes far deeper than just words on paper ya know what I mean?!

Can you tell us something most people won’t know about you?

Ha this will probably shock & scare some folks – from my San Francisco days I once applied to be a ‘Survelliance Officer’ for the FBI — I passed all the tests & exams and received a job offer (my father has it in the basement). I was so in love with making music, that life scared the crap out of me and quickly realized that if I chose that path I’d never be able to be into music the way I wanted to be. Definitely a major crossroads in my life! Obviously if I was a spy I wouldn’t be here talking about it hahah!

What is the coolest, wildest or worst gig you have ever played and why?

Alright I’m going with the wildest – so once I DJ’d a sex party at the top of the Trump Hotel in Manhattan (yep) best paying gig ever I think the tickets were $500/pop for entry. I got to play really hard industrial techno for a change which was so fun! 

What do you have coming up in terms of releases and gigs (or live streams)?

Have to be honest I really don’t have much on the books at the moment. It’s such a weird time, I’ve just returned from the UK/Ireland and really focused on 2021 releases for POTL & bringing in new artists + label nights & such as soon as I can! Last year, I signed two tracks to a film (first time for that), and much looking forward to that film release its’ definitely stepping into a new realm for me and hoping to expand my sounds beyond in the years to come!

How did you put together your guest mix for the radio show & what have you included – any exclusives or surprises?

I’ve started the mix with a remix I did for my friend in Manchester Jamie Christer, he made a beautiful tribute track for Mike Huckaby that I’ve not played before! It’s unreleased so kinda special to start the mix with this one! Secondly, I try to make my mixes have some dynamics and not be a flat bpm throughout, so you’ll hear some moments where it has some feel good house tunes but then moves into more melodic & techno spectrums! Being here in Philly have had the privilege of hearing Josh Wink’s sets and he’s one that’s never afraid to bounce from house to disco to techno from one track to the next, keeps things interesting! hope you enjoy xxx

You can catch Jay’s guest mix on Constant Circles radio with Just Her on one of the following broadcasts (First hour – Just Her / Second Hour – Jay Hill):

Every Saturday – deepinradio.com 11pm CET/10pm UK
Mon 02.11 – Influxradio.co.uk 4-6pm UK
Mon 02.11 – https://www.cosmosradio.de/ 8pm Berlin/7pm UK
Tue 03.11 – https://ncradio.fr/ 8-10pm France/7-9pm UK
Sun 08.11 – https://www.saturosounds.com/ – 3-5pm UK
Wed 11.11 – https://www.dnaradiofm.com 9pm ART/Midnight UK
Wed 11.11 – https://www.protonradio.com 10pm EST/3am UK

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CC RADIO: Episode 097 with Just Her & Nolan http://www.constantcircles.com/cc-radio-097-just-her-nolan/ http://www.constantcircles.com/cc-radio-097-just-her-nolan/#respond Fri, 30 Oct 2020 15:36:38 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17881 Listen on MIXCLOUD. Read the INTERVIEW. TRACKLIST: Part 1 – Just Her Mix Happy Cat Jay – Walking Out Of Time (Ted Jasper Remix) [Fat! Records] Disclosure – Ce n’est pas (Axel Boman Remix) [Island Records] Sam Shure – 333 (Alex Medina Remix) [Stil vor Talent] 9th House – Keeping Me Up [Street Tracks] Art […]

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Listen on MIXCLOUD. Read the INTERVIEW.

TRACKLIST:

Part 1 – Just Her Mix

  1. Happy Cat Jay – Walking Out Of Time (Ted Jasper Remix) [Fat! Records]
  2. Disclosure – Ce n’est pas (Axel Boman Remix) [Island Records]
  3. Sam Shure – 333 (Alex Medina Remix) [Stil vor Talent]
  4. 9th House – Keeping Me Up [Street Tracks]
  5. Art Department – Twired [Kwench Records]
  6. Philipp Priebe – An Image Slowly Fades [Stolar]
  7. Denis Sulta – Ambition Is A Beautiful Poison [Attitudes To Life]
  8. André Hommen – Cohesive (Robag Wruhme’s Bokkler Ludd NB) [These Eyes]
  9. WAHM (FR) – Neuron Romance [Weirdos Records]
  10. Company Is Family & Marc W – Mr Grouper [ØSCILLATE Records]
  11. Just Her – All We Have Is Now [Colorize]

Part 2 – Nolan Guest Mix

  1. Nolan & Mr. V – It’s a Trap [Mobilee Records]
  2. A Bunch of Guys – Let the Rhythm Hit’em (Fouk Remix) [Dirt Crew Records]
  3. Just Her & Nolan – Salvaged [Last Night On Earth]
  4. Jody Wisternoff – Morning U (Jon Gurd Extended Remix) [Anjunadeep]
  5. Ouer – Homecoming [Dirt Crew]
  6. Nolan – Can You Feel This ft Amber Jolene [Last Night On Earth]
  7. Rodriguez Jr. – Haussmann [Mobilee Records]
  8. Budakid – Adieu X [Exploited]
  9. Just Her & Nolan – Breathe You ft. Keisha Mair [Last Night On Earth]
  10. Jon Gurd – Together [Anjunadeep]
  11. Seb Zito feat Alex Mills – 2020 (Huxley Instrumental Remix) [Seven Dials Records]
  12. Coeo – I Can Never Be Yours [Toy Tonics]
  13. Bonobo & TEED – Heartbreak [Outlier]

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CC INTERVIEWS: Nolan [Mobilee / Circus] http://www.constantcircles.com/interview-nolan/ http://www.constantcircles.com/interview-nolan/#respond Mon, 05 Oct 2020 10:09:20 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17867 Hey Nolan, welcome to CC 🙂 Firstly, what is your background and how did you get into music? Thanks. Somehow I’ve managed to survive  full time in the music industry for the last 15 years or so. I do a lot of engineering, mixing and mastering so fortunately don’t rely on gigs so much these […]

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Hey Nolan, welcome to CC 🙂 Firstly, what is your background and how did you get into music?

Thanks. Somehow I’ve managed to survive  full time in the music industry for the last 15 years or so. I do a lot of engineering, mixing and mastering so fortunately don’t rely on gigs so much these days! In 2005 I launched Berwick Street Records to release my own music on vinyl and since then have released literally hundreds of tracks on loads of various labels from Bedrock, Get Physical, Mobilee to Kittball, Nervous & Skint Records. 

How would you describe your sound – do you think your music falls into a particular genre?

I have a problem with fitting into genres as I don’t have a specific sound or style that I produce over and over again. Consequently I have had to come up with loads of different monikers to release under so I don’t completely confuse people who follow me if they like one particular style! So for the more Techno sounding stuff I have a project called Cypherpunx which I do with Douglas Horner. We have released on Bedrock & Rebellion with our next release about to come out on Crosstown Rebels. I also have a downtempo project  called Flip Fantazia (also with Douglas) which we originally started to write music for Sync but we’ve just released our debut artist album called The Trip on vinyl and digital. We’ve released with Ninja Tune PM, Cavendish, Deep East Music, BMG PM, Deli Music plus more with our Tv/Sync music so far. I also have another solo downtempo project called T_Mo which I’ve released loads of music for Sync some of which has featured on Masterchef, Sky News, The One Show etc. I used to make Tech House under the name Timo Garcia but quit that guise a couple of years ago when I saw the direction Tech House was taking! So on a House tip I’m still releasing under my NOLAN guise (Nolan being my real middle name!).

You are releasing a couple of tracks soon on Sasha’s label Last Night On Earth in collab with CC boss Just Her – how did this come about and how did the projects come together?

Yes very excited about this release. We have one track coming out on a Sasha compilation and the other as a single with another track I’ve done which features Amber Jolene on vocals too. I’ll try and work all three into this guest mix. It’s great working with Just Her since she also lives in Brighton and so we could work together in the studio (pre-lockdown). 

What is your production process – is each project or track different? And what are your key pieces of studio kit? 

Every track is different. Sometimes I just start making beats but most of the time it’s a sample or hook idea or vocal which triggers the process. I’ve just bought a Moog Sub37 so am looking forward to spending time learning and using this synth. But my go to soft synths are Omnisphere and Pigments.

What would be your dream label to release on and why?

Crosstown Rebels has always been a goal and finally next month we have a Cypherpunx release coming out on it so we’re very excited about that.  It’s a collaboration with our friend Luke Brancaccio so keep an eye out for that one!

What is the coolest, wildest or worst gig you have ever played and why?

A few years ago I was touring Brazil quite often as Timo Garcia and one gig I did a few years running was called MOB Festival which was basically a 72 hour non stop party on a cruise ship holding 2500 clubbers which went from São Paulo to Rio and back stopping off at a little Island to get off for a day party on a beach. The line ups were always huge too so it was great to get to know some of the big name DJs who were on board for a few days too. 

What do you have coming up in terms of releases and gigs (or live streams)?

Release wise I have NOLAN tracks coming out on Last Night On Earth, Bedrock and Mobilee. As Cypherpunx we have releases coming up on Crosstown Rebels and Global Underground. Plus we have a few remixes of our Flip Fantazia album project on the boil so they should be coming out before the end of the year too 😉
On the gig front…. nothing! thanks Covid!

How did you put together your guest mix for the radio show & what have you included – any exclusives or surprises?

I’ve showcased a couple of my Nolan releases in the mix including the ones coming out on Sasha’s LNOE label and a few promos I’ve received lately.

Listen to Nolan’s guest mix on Constant Circles Radio with Just Her:

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CC PREMIERES: Just Her – Waking Dream [Culprit] http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-just-her-waking-dream-culprit/ http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-just-her-waking-dream-culprit/#respond Wed, 30 Sep 2020 11:21:26 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17855 Constant Circles label boss Just Her makes her Culprit debut with her “Conscience” EP. The UK producer of emotive melodic House for the likes of Global Underground, Anjunadeep and Crosstown Rebels shows off her facility with two sun-drenched original tracks for the LA-based label, alongside a stellar remix from respected producer The Revenge. We have […]

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Constant Circles label boss Just Her makes her Culprit debut with her “Conscience” EP. The UK producer of emotive melodic House for the likes of Global Underground, Anjunadeep and Crosstown Rebels shows off her facility with two sun-drenched original tracks for the LA-based label, alongside a stellar remix from respected producer The Revenge.

We have the first play of ‘Waking Dream’ an acid tinged deep groover, evoking warm open-air dancefloors of California, Ibiza and everywhere in between:

BUY & STREAM: https://fanlink.to/jh_conscience

A R T I S T // Just Her
T I T L E // Conscience EP inc The Revenge Remix
L A B E L // Culprit
R E L E A S E // 18-09-2020
C A T N O // CP092
F O R M A T // Digital

T R A C K S //
1) Conscience (Original Mix)
2) Waking Dream (Original Mix)
3) Conscience (The Revenge Remix)

F O L L O W //
https://www.facebook.com/justhermusic
https://www.soundcloud.com/justhermusic
https://www.instagram.com/justhermusic

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CC RADIO: Episode 096 With Just Her & Jepe http://www.constantcircles.com/radio-096-just-her-jepe/ http://www.constantcircles.com/radio-096-just-her-jepe/#respond Tue, 29 Sep 2020 18:29:44 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17845 Listen on MIXCLOUD. Read the INTERVIEW. TRACKLIST: Part 1 – Just Her Mix Just Her – Waking Dream – Culprit Paul Rudder – Summer Rain – Tilly Jams Chopstick & Johnjon – Pining Moon (Daniel Bortz Remix) – Suol Javier Orduna – Opios Power – Nie Wieder Schlafen Jules Wells – Midnight – Hijacked Records […]

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Listen on MIXCLOUD. Read the INTERVIEW.

TRACKLIST:
Part 1 – Just Her Mix

  1. Just Her – Waking Dream – Culprit
  2. Paul Rudder – Summer Rain – Tilly Jams
  3. Chopstick & Johnjon – Pining Moon (Daniel Bortz Remix) – Suol
  4. Javier Orduna – Opios Power – Nie Wieder Schlafen
  5. Jules Wells – Midnight – Hijacked Records Detroit
  6. Third Son – Seize What Flees (Chambray Remix) – Polymath
  7. Just Her – Conscience (The Revenge Remix) – Culprit
  8. Gel Abril – Prolex – Echoe
  9. Re.You – Strings Of Joy ft. Florian Busse & Ahmad (Anja Schneider Remix) – Connected
  10. Cayam – Jmpng – Kneaded Pains
  11. Haider – Bakamono – Warehouse Music

Part 2 – Jepe Guest Mix

  1. Jepe – The Girl With Golden Teeth – Jack Off Records
  2. Highlite – Cosmos – Buttress
  3. ??
  4. Joal – Eighty Four ( Jepe Rework) – Constant Circles
  5. Qubica – Oscillant (Original Mix) – Engrave ltd
  6. ??
  7. Adana Twins, Echonomist – Subway Yard – TAU
  8. Of Norway – Dance To The Drums (Jepe _ Takumi Motokawa Galaxy Rework) – Connaisseur
  9. Jepe – The Realm (Dodi Palese Remix) – Moodmusic
  10. Locussolus – Berghain (Darkroom Mix) – Harvey’s General Store

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CC PREMIERES: Archie Gray – BS1EM [Simpler Times] http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-archie-gray-bs1em-simpler-times/ http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-archie-gray-bs1em-simpler-times/#respond Thu, 10 Sep 2020 10:38:05 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17835 Exciting new Sheffield/Manchester based record label ‘Simpler Times’ delivers a stunning debut release with a limited vinyl only press. ‘Wrong Conversation’ features 3 mesmerising original cuts focused on the more ambient, melancholic and emotive side of electronic music. We have the first play of the B-side ‘BS1EM’ – a stripped down cut of deep ambient […]

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Exciting new Sheffield/Manchester based record label ‘Simpler Times’ delivers a stunning debut release with a limited vinyl only press. ‘Wrong Conversation’ features 3 mesmerising original cuts focused on the more ambient, melancholic and emotive side of electronic music.

We have the first play of the B-side ‘BS1EM’ – a stripped down cut of deep ambient goodness from Archie Gray:

Buy: Bandcamp / Lobster Records

Artist: Various
Title: Wrong Conversation
Label: Simpler Times
Release: Tbc
Format: Limited run – Vinyl only – 300 copies

Tracklist:
A1 Tys – They Don’t Know
A2 David – Dark Nights
B1 Archie Gray – BS1EM

Follow:
https://soundcloud.com/archiegraymusicuk
https://soundcloud.com/simplertimesuk
https://www.facebook.com/simplertimesuk
https://www.instagram.com/simpler_times_uk/

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CC PREMIERES: Metropolitan Soul Museum – Floaters [Cuore Records] http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-metropolitan-soul-floaters-cuore/ http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-metropolitan-soul-floaters-cuore/#respond Wed, 09 Sep 2020 18:14:23 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17827 Metropolitan Soul Museum land on Cuore Records with another of their fully formed EPs, this time delivering three stellar original cuts filled with syncopated grooves and heady atmospherics, alongside a remix from long time underground talent Iron Curtis. This London based duo is made up of Nick of Akra, and Filippo, who first linked up […]

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Metropolitan Soul Museum land on Cuore Records with another of their fully formed EPs, this time delivering three stellar original cuts filled with syncopated grooves and heady atmospherics, alongside a remix from long time underground talent Iron Curtis. This London based duo is made up of Nick of Akra, and Filippo, who first linked up in 2015 and have released an array of outstanding records including the standout ‘Tesla’ EP on Toy Tonics.

We have the exclusive first play of the lead track ‘Floaters’ – a deep but heavy cut with rich bass and a fine lead melody that takes you on an inward journey. It’s subtle but impactful and filled with style:

Artist: Metropolitan Soul Museum
Title: Floaters EP (incl. Iron Curtis Remix)
Label: Cuore Records
Release: 10.09.20 (Beatport) 24.09.20 (All Stores)
Cat. No: CR2007MSM
Format: Digital

Tracklist:

  1. Floaters
  2. Floaters (Iron Curtis Remix)
  3. Birdland
  4. The Unexpected Return

Follow:
https://soundcloud.com/metropolitan-soul-museum
https://soundcloud.com/cuorerecords

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CC PREMIERES: Jamlud – Your Lips [Get Physical] http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-jamlud-lips-get-physical/ http://www.constantcircles.com/premiere-jamlud-lips-get-physical/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2020 16:10:09 +0000 http://www.constantcircles.com/?p=17821 Get Physical delivers the third instalment of its ‘Africa Gets Physical’ series, this time compiled by Blanka Mazimela and featuring a host of exclusive new music. This compilation series has proved hugely successful for Get Physical with a careful A&R approach that has unearthed a wealth of electronic musical talent from Africa, helping to bring […]

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Get Physical delivers the third instalment of its ‘Africa Gets Physical’ series, this time compiled by Blanka Mazimela and featuring a host of exclusive new music.

This compilation series has proved hugely successful for Get Physical with a careful A&R approach that has unearthed a wealth of electronic musical talent from Africa, helping to bring the global attention it deserves. Previous chapters have featured some of the biggest names in the scene, alongside rising talent and this latest offering provides more of the same. Compiler Blanka Mazimela has tracks EPs like ‘Phezulu’ on Get Physical and has curated a gorgeous selection of tracks covering the breadth of South African house, including cuts from Constant Circles artists Ryan Murgatroyd and Bruce Loko among many others.

WE have the first play of Jamlud’s ‘Your Lips’, an edgy and percussive track that is filled with suspenseful chords and whispered vocals.

Artist: Various
Title: Africa Gets Physical Vol. 3
Label: Get Physical Music
Release: 11th September 2020
Cat No: GPMCD240

Tracklist:
01 Blanka Mazimela feat Korus, Sobantwana – Gcwanini
02 Nizhe DeSoul – Euphoria
03 Kopoy Zukar – Izalamane
04 Shivers Bw – Tsodilo
05 Tau, Sterio T – Afterlife
06 Soulcool – Zulu Screams
07 Aso Tandwa ft Bongani Mehlomakhulu – Ithemba
08 Frank Ru feat. Tizzy Fresh – Oya
09 Vanco – We’nsizwa
10 KAARGO – Dimensions
11 Karyendasoul – Take Me Alive
12 DJ Clock feat. Kekelingo – Mudih
13 Caliber AfroFusion – Umlayezo
14 Ryan Murgatroyd feat. Sobantwana – Khuzeka
15 Thandi Draai – Iris
16 Bruce Loko feat Biishop – After Hours
17 Jamlud – Your Lips

Follow:
https://www.getphysicalmusic.com
https://www.facebook.com/getphysicalpage/
https://www.instagram.com/getphysicalmusic

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