A track for Sunday: Go on a Balearic ride through Ibiza with Mark Barrott’s “Brunch With Suki” of blissed-out sunset grooves, a track taken from his second “Sketches From An Island” album, out now via his own International Feel imprint. Buy it here.
Laid back, chilled Sunday vibes from LA’s duo Classixx with their new track “A Mountain With No Ending”, featuring the soothing vocals from Jarrah McCleary of Sydney-based electro-pop duo Panama. Taken from the pair’s second album “Faraway Reach”, a superb follow-up to 2013’s debut “Hanging Gardens”, out now on Innovative Leisure. Buy it here.
A track for Sunday: Parisian electronic duo Polo & Pan take us for a sunny ride with their tropical-tinged track “Canopée” of chilled-out summer vibes. Featuring Victoria Lafaurie on vocals, “Canopée” is taken from the pair’s three-track EP of the same name, out now digitally on EOS/Hamburger Records. Get it here.
A track for Sunday: Let’s drive away with “You Could Be Floating”, a new collaborative track from Adelaide-based producer James Curd and Poolside’s Filip Nikolic, aka Turbotito. A beauty of airy bliss, “You Could Be Floating” is lifted from Eskimo Recordings’ new compilation “The Yellow Collection”, out now digitally. Get it here.
Let’s go on a ride with “Blazin’ Sun”, a standout cut from the great lost debut album from Thomas Bullock and Secret Circuit’s Eddie Ruscha The Laughing Light Of Plenty project. After a long wait, an earlier version of the album that was recorded under the name The Naturals finally saw a proper release last year on Emotional Response/STD Records. Get yourself a copy of The Naturals’ “On The Way (To The Laughing Light Of Plenty)” LP here.
A track for Sunday: Take a slow ride with “Millions”, a perfect slice of deep house driven by piano stabs from Kim Brown, the Berlin duo of Ji-Hun Kim and Julian Braun. The track appears on the pair’s second album “Wisdom Is A Dancer”, out now via Just Another Beat.
A track for Sunday: Chicago house legend Larry Heard takes us for a blissful ride with his deep, piano-driven tune “Aether” as Mr. Fingers. Taken from his excellent “Outar Acid” EP, his first release under his best-known moniker for over a decade, out now via his own Alleviated Records. Buy it here.
A track for Sunday: Let’s float away with the piano-led tune “Above The Clouds” from the mysterious producer DJ Wave. The blissed-out track is taken from his debut three-track EP of the same name and it’s a wondrous slice of cloudy house.
The “Above The Clouds” EP is out now on London label Lobster Theremin. Get it here
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