The Montreal-based producer pulls from several styles and genres throughout this album, including techno, ambient, and punk, but pop always remains as the foundation for his sound.
2.) Gilligan Moss – Gilligan Moss
Chicago duo celebrate all things dance-music in their self-titled debut.
3.) Xiu Xiu – OH NO
After nearly two decades of music making, Xiu Xiu decided to collaborate with everyone they ever wanted to in their new album OH NO.
4.) møziz – E-Møtion: Time Machine + Cycles
The Montreal producer creates a world of his own, pulling influences from African rhythms, ambient, RnB, techno, as well as artists like Aphex Twin.
5.) Pedazo De Carne Con Ojo – Dun Dun
Philadelphia based artist cites his bilingualism and his being a first-generation American in his family as major influences on this project. Blending and warping elements of psychedelic electronic and hip-hop production, Pedazo makes a name for himself with Dun Dun.
Foreign Family Collective
E-Motion: Time Machine + Cycles
Pedazo De Carne Con Ojo
Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders And The London Symphony Orchestra
Bodies Of Water
Awesome Tapes From Africa
Ghost Of Your Guitar Solo
Sasha And The Valentines
So You Think You Found Love?
Eau De Bonjourno
Tomorrow We'll Be Here [EP]
Spirit Of The Beehive
New Long Leg
Throne Of Ivory
Run For Cover
Allie Crow Buckley
Moonlit And Devious
Half A Human [EP]
Don't Fix Anything 😉
Changing Phase Of Truth
Till Another Time: 1988-1996
You're Lucky I Like You
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard
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3.) Jaywood – Some Days
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