Les Loups – White Cliffs (feat. Jesse Will)

This release is the next step in the evolution of the ‘Les Loups’-sound, as it’s cautiously exploring soundscapes outside the box without cutting their roots in sampling and electronic dance music. The soothing opener ‘White Cliffs’ features London-based Singer Jesse Will, who left his origin New Zealand a few years ago to settle down as a truly promising artist in the Singer-Songwriter scene of the UK. Driven by his velvet voice, clacking drums and floating chords, ‘White Cliffs’ sketches a blend of pop and electronica. ☛

KRNE x Jupe – Quartzz

SESSIONS, is where I’m going to try and work with as many producers as I have time – no matter what the size or style of music. SESSIONS will serve as an open format label of sorts – a home where I can host these collabs and help promote your work across my community of friends and fans online. Learn more about how it works and follow KRNE on facebook to find out when I’m taking demo submissions. lets make some beats. -KRNE

KC Lights – Together

KC Lights „Together/Side To Side EP”
Out Now!

Supported by Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1, MK and more!


Written and Produced by Anup Paul. Vocals, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Synthesisers, Percussion and Programming by Anup Paul. Sound Design and Effects by Anup Paul. Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Anup Paul. Recorded at Spicy Benefit Studio and The Doogh, London, England.
℗ 2016 A. K. Paul
Artwork © 2016 Paul Institute

Spinning Motion – Prisoner Of Life (NOAJ Remix)

Format: 12inch, Download | Releasedate: 18.03.2016 | Label: Sonar Kollektiv

Last June, Berlin based reissue label Notes On A Journey released a celebrated re-issue of an album which in its original release in 1980 attracted scarcely or almost no attention at all: „Confidence In The Future“ (NOAJ001) by obscure, short-lived Berlin Folk Jazz project Spinning Motion – a spontaneously assembled Jazz trained group around Manfred Tappert and Achim Hirsch recorded this forgotten gem but disbanded soon after again. Looking back on a bit more consistent past, another Berlin institution, Jazzanova established their worldwide success (f.e. with their early, groundbreaking remixes) almost twenty years ago and now demonstrate with their absolutely emotive and laid-back rework of “Naze” that as you get older you’re not only getting wiser but also continue to stay musically relevant and contemporary. As Jazzanova is concentrating on own material at the moment, we are really happy for the incident that Notes On A Journey found the original multi-track tapes of the recordings. That’s the only reason why Jazzanova took their time to go into the studio and did this remix of Naze. On the digital release you’ll find three different versions of this outstanding remix.

Another song off the warm-heartly recommendable Spinning Motion album, “Prisoner Of Life”, gets a treatment by two founders of Notes On A Journey and operators themselves. With Stefan Leisering in the game, being one of Jazzanova’s musical mastermind, this release’s staff intersects somehow or other anyway. Oliver Glage, the other one thirds of Notes On A Journey and Oliver Haertel, the sound man behind several Sonar Kollektiv productions, are in different capacities part of the Sonar Kollektiv family as well. Their rework of “Prisoner Of Life” relocates the listeners back to the original’s year of origin, offers though, with Leisering’s cunning drum programming (plus added synths and choirs) somewhat like an alternate version. Therewith this tune will not only be catapulted into modern times but hopefully soon into the Heavy Rotation of any respectable radio station around the globe.

Ambassadeurs – Looking At You (feat. C Duncan)

The new single taken from Patterns, featuring the vocals of C Duncan. Keep an eye out for the remixes coming soon.

‘Patterns’ is available now on Double 12” Vinyl and Digital Download from June 29th. You can also listen to the album in full on Spotify here:

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