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Jylda Unveils Her Silky Single ‘The Body’

Gianna Gehlhar aka Jylda is an artist who needs to be on everyone’s psyche. The Berlin-based singer and producer delivered a stream of singles back in 2016, garnishing praises around Germany. Making her return, Jylda steps up with her creamy and lush new single ‘The Body’. With absolutely gorgous vocals swimming around an ethereal electronic pop soundscape, there is an uncanny sophistication and grace bursting from the sound, with a sense of passion embedded in every note. Recorded at Kaiku Studios in Berlin, ‘The Body’ is a slow and sensual working, making Jylda a definite force in the pop and electronic scene. You can stream that tune down at the bottom.

Lea Porcelain ‘Remember’ Video

As the released date Lea Porcelain’s debut LP ‘HYMNS TO THE NIGHT’ slowly approaches, the Berlin-based duo have shared the official video to their latest single ‘Remember’. Directed by Micki Rosi Richter and Lea Porcelain themselves, the desert landscape of California, Nevada and Arizona serve as the backdrop as Julien Bracht and Markus Nikolaus stroll the terrain. You can even catch clips of the boys at the casino in Las Vegas.

Lea Porcelain Unveil Their Moody Track ‘Remember’

Berlin’s Lea Porcelain will release their debut LP ‘Hymns To The Night’ next month. With an already impeccable selection of post-punk tracks to their name, the duo have shared a new song called ‘Remember’. Dripping with an air of melancholy, the moody tune is another handing from the band’s nocturnal soundscape. Have a listen.

Non-Human Persons Shares Her Ethereal Cut ‘Poppies’

Unveiling her ‘Criminal’ EP over a month ago, Berlin’s Non-Human Persons returns with a moody and surreal electronic gem titled ‘Poppies’. Built around electric synths, shifting drum patterns and Non-Human Person’s melodic vocals, the spacey bit is another stellar offering from the bold and unquestionably brilliant creative. Have a listen.

Lucia Cadotsch’s ‘Speak Low Renditions’ is Bold and Refreshing

Jazz music has definitely gone through its share of phases over the years. Whilst a resurrected interest in the genre manifested through late 80s and 90s Hip-Hop, as well as the rare groove and acid jazz scene of the same period, the music slowly took backseat to various modern and not so modern forms of music. However, in this day and age, it takes an almost Godsent act to be able to brilliantly bridge the gaps between the past and present, doing it in a manner that is classically respected and currently accessible. Perhaps Swiss singer Lucia Cadotsch was sent down from the Heavens. With her 2016 critically acclaimed ‘Speak Low’ LP placing the singer among the top tier list of current jazz singers, her latest record ‘Speak Low Renditions’ perfectly restructures the album into experimental works of art that sounds like nothing else at the moment.

Gurr ‘Ode to Oatmeal’ Video

We are lovers of oatmeal just as much as anyone else, however Berlin-based duo Gurr have taken it to the next level with their video ‘Ode to Oatmeal’. Directed by Luis Krummenacher, the ladies perform the song whilst relishing in the fact that oatmeal is basically falling down on them like rain. Of course the next reasonable thing to do would be to take a bath in a tub of milk, which is exactly what happens. Now in regards to the monkey puppet that pops up in the video, we can’ quite comment Read more […]

Stream Leslie Clio’s High-Spirited Single ‘And I’m Leaving’

Berlin-based singer Leslie Clio will release her forthcoming album ‘PURPLE’ on May 19. Having previously dropped the track ‘Darkness Is a Filler’ which was the first track taken from the LP, Clio now hits the world with the upbeat second offering entitled ‘And I’m Leaving’. Packed with a heap of soul whilst stirring in a healthy mixture of swinging pop production, the catchy tune will make you want to throw up your hands to all bad happenings in the past and begin to live life to the fullest. Stream the song down below.

NELA Interview

Modern techno music as we know it may have been pioneered by The Belleville Three in Detroit, however the foundation that Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May helped to build eventually spread around the world inspiring young producers in Germany, the UK and more, eventually reaching as far as Tel Aviv. Whilst Israel may not be the first country one may think of in terms of the genre, there are DJs and producers creating the music and adding their identity, spreading the sound to international territory. One of those producers are NELA. The Israeli-born artist is fostering a rich and astounding sound bursting with musicality. Already a fixture as a performer in her native Tel Aviv, the now Berlin-based act is establishing herself as a force in the electronic scene pumping out top-notch records and rocking the dance floor as a DJ.

ColoRising Interview with NELA

Modern techno music as we know it may have been pioneered by The Belleville Three in Detroit, however the foundation that Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May helped to build eventually spread around the world inspiring young producers in Germany, the UK and more, eventually reaching as far as Tel Aviv. Whilst Israel may not be the first country one may think of in terms of the genre, there are DJs and producers creating the music and adding their identity, spreading the sound to international territory. One of those producers are Nela. The Israeli-born artist is fostering a rich and astounding sound bursting with musicality. Already a fixture as a performer in her native Tel Aviv, the now Berlin-based act is establishing herself as a force in the electronic scene pumping out top-notch records and rocking the dance floor as a DJ.

Lea Porcelain Announce Debut LP ‘HYMNS TO THE NIGHT’

Berlin duo Lea Porcelain cannot do any wrong in our eyes at the moment. Releasing some of the post potent post-punk tracks over the past year, the pair will finally drop their debut album ‘HYMNS TO THE NIGHT’ on June 16th. The announcement follows Lea Porcelain’s Bruce Springsteen cover ‘Streets of Philadelphia’, in which a video was recently posted. Recorded in Berlin’s FUNKHAUS, the process was spread throughout a two year period.