Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have spoken to Pitchfork about their score for the third season of Stranger Things. The album – Stranger Things 3—Original Score From the Netflix Original Series – is out digitally on June 28 via Lakeshore/Invada.
Read more on Pitchfork here, and hear the new tracks “Starcourt” and “The Ceiling Is Beautiful”.
Catch Paul White’s mix being aired on NTS on Saturday 22nd June at 9am.
Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum have released their debut album under their collaborative project J-E-T-S. The album has been released via Innovative Leisure – you can listen to it here.
Jas has announced his new solo material. The whole project is entitled ‘The Exquisite Cops’ and consists of a growing body of 20+ tracks recorded over the last year. He will be releasing two tracks, every two weeks, over the coming months, with an LP release of his favourites later in the year, through Delicacies.
You can stream/download the first release, EXCOP1 “Science And Luck” and “I Dream Of Meanie” via this link.
Sign up to jasshaw.com to receive more details, including forthcoming London DJ residency.
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein’s NTS show from earlier this month is now live – you can listen to it here.
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein announce soundtrack for Rashid Johnson’s new music ‘Native Son’ – premiering April 6 on HBO.
First track ‘Affluenza’ is up for stream on Pitchfork now!
Jayda G’s debut album ‘Significant Changes’ is out now on Ninja Tune. You can listen to the album here.
The Original Soundtrack for the British TV Drama Series ‘Butterfly’, scored by Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein, will be out on March 22 – you can listen to a preview on The 405 here.
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein have scored the new film adaptation of Richard Wright’s 1940 novel ‘Native Son’, which was premiered at this year’s Sundance film festival.
“Emphatically setting a different tone than expected, and beautifully so, is a jazzy, electrified score by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein that sets an internal, brooding, borderline mournful tone rather than anything confrontational. This alone puts the film on a different plane, just as it helps define Bigger’s inner journey and the path toward tragedy.” –
J-E-T-S, aka the collaborative project between Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum, have announced their debut album ‘ZOOSPA’ on Innovative Leisure, which will be out for release on May 24th.
Alongside the announcement is the single ‘POTIONS’ ft. Dawn Richard, which you can listen to here.
The annual Music Producers Guild Awards took place last night & the top accolade of Producer Of The Year was won by James Ford, recognising his work on Arctic Monkeys’ ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, Gorillaz’s ‘The Now Now’ and Everything Everything’s ‘A Fever Dream’, the latter of which also won UK Album Of The Year.
You can read more about the awards here.
Roosevelt has released his new single ‘Falling Back’.
The track was recorded and mixed at the W Hotels Sound Suite in Barcelona and all proceeds of the release will go to SOS MEDITERRANEE, a European maritime-humanitarian organisation dedicated to rescuing lives in the Mediterranean Sea.
You can listen to the single here.
Pitchfork interview This Is Music’s Luke Williams to discuss our 2008 release of DJ Mujava’s ‘Township Funk’. You can read the article here.
Ross From Friends’ latest episode of BBC Radio 1’s Wind Down is now live – you can find it here on the BBC Sounds app.
Roosevelt’s new DJ Mix for KEXP is now online. You can listen to the link here.
Resident Advisor have released a 90-minute video of Bicep’s full live set from the third and final night at Printworks in London. You can watch the full video here.
Roosevelt has shared his new video for ‘Losing Touch’, from his sophomore LP Young Romance, released in September via City Slang/Greco-Roman.
The video was directed by Luke Bather who explains how he “wanted the video to echo the song’s ideas of being on tour & away from your friends and family – only really having yourself for company. It can be a fun, rich, colorful and theatrical experience, but a lot of strange anxieties show up along the way.”