Stumbleine‘s last release of 2014 came from somewhere I’d rather be. My hope is that is that by staring off into this rather nostalgic album cover while completely immersing myself in Stumbleine‘s shoegaze/chillwave excellence (perhaps with a beer in hand) I might be able to forget that this Australian summer means that I may just burst into flames at any given moment. Infinite Overcast. Enjoy.
2014 was a big year for Japanese Wallpaper, and the young Melbourne based producer decided to close the year off with bang. Releasing a remix to the lead single off of Montgomery‘s New Clear War EP, as well as a full EP of remixes to the singles he released during the year. Check out Japanese Wallpaper‘s wonderful take on Piñata and remixes from the likes of Sable and cln below. Enjoy.
The other day I said that LUUUL was preparing to release a project with French producer Petit Biscuit. This is someone who I’ve heard before (on things like Moose Records latest Moosetape) but have never really dove into, for no reason in particular. So I figured it was about time, do yourself a favour and give him a listen now; start with his newest, Brumes, but his whole soundcloud is of the highest quality and definitely worth checking out. Enjoy.
You should remember Summer Lights from a little while back, as it happens that amazingly produced track flowing with a pristine summers day has been bundled up with two other like minded tracks to create Listen To The Sea. This isn’t the last we’ll hear from LUUUL this year, with a collaborative album with Petit Biscuit set to be released in September. Check out a preview of that album below, Panama. Enjoy.
I’m going to have to give it up for Believe In Sound for this beautiful find here, Arms is the debut release from L V M A. I do not know anything about who or what L V M A is, but I can tell you they hail from Bristol/Cardiff, they have three magical playlists on their soundcloud (Summer, Ambient and House) and that their song Arms is absurdly lovely and should be in your ears asap. Enjoy.
Hold me in your arms
Belgian producer LUUUL is someone that I’m always excited to hear from, and his newest Summer Lights is far from a let down. As the name suggests LUUUL gives us warm summery vibes throughout the dream pop-meets-chillwave four minutes of bliss. Today also happens to be LUUUL‘s birthday, so happy birthday and thank you for another amazing song. Enjoy.
Melbourne production trio Casper Zazz have just landed on my radar with their remix to Kilter‘s They Say. Subtley remixed into some trap-wave goodness is how you’ll find They Say, alongside a handful of original music (including last year’s debut EP and a new single) and remixes of everything from Sage The Gemini‘s Gas Pedal to Oliver Tank. Go lose yourself in Casper Zazz‘ soundcloud, that’s what I’ve been doing with my day. Enjoy.