Check out what’s new in June 2015!
Love Da / Ultra
VA – Road To Ultra Macau
– The album to let you warm-up for the Road To Ultra Macau Festival!
– Any detail and ticketing: official website
Love Da / BMG
We Are The Ocean – ARK
– “The Hottest Album in the World!” － BBC Radio 1
Girlpool – Before The World Was Big
– “When you’re forced to try and find your place in the universe, sometimes it seems better to just be a kid.” － Pitchfork
Maribou State – Portraits
– “Maribou State debut ablum’s cover art looks like a aerial shot of a forest that’s been digitally smeared, because they are from a small British village, and retain a sense of the natural on music.”－ Stereogum
Kid Wave – Wonderlust
– “They definitely know how to craft strong, catchy melodies, so you can bet we’ll be on the lookout for their album this summer.”－ Alt Citizen
PINS – Wild Nights
– “There’s a late ’80s DIY feel emanating from the outfit, with twinkling angst-riddled guitars, skewed, churned-up bass and riotous beats.” － The Line of Best Fit
Werkha – Colours Of A Red Brick Raft
– Open your heart and ears, taste the fusion of Afrobeat, Bass, House, Jazz, Funk and Soul by Manchester based musician Werkha.
Jaga Jazzist – Starfire
– Let’s see how is the playful and elaborate jazz-meets-electronics band’s 9th album sounds like!!
Gengahr – Dram Outside
– “Best Album Of The Week!”, “Gengahr are a summer romance set to last.”－ The Line Of Best Fit
Outfit – Slowness
– “Theatrical and Dramatic without being too pretentious.” － DIY Magazine
Hudson Mohawke – Lantern
– “Producer of John Legend, Yeezy, Pusha-T and even du jour. Drake crafted beats for the latest and greatest in modern hip-hop.” － DIY Magazine
Dub Pistols – Return Of The Pistoleros
– No.3 in oversea pre order charts!
Kopecky – Drug For The Modern Age
– ” The columns of synth rising in the churning hit “Quarterback” give way to Simon’s dry vocals, as romantic want turns to deliciously unabashed come-on.” － Paste Magazine
Prinzhorn Dance School – Home Economics
– “As with any song that exercises this much restraint, the real action is in the negative space, an expanse that’s finally filled with a conversational, gloomy guitar figure as the song winds down.” － Stereogum
Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Betty’s Blends Volume Two
The Selectler – Subculture
Savatage – Return To Wacken
Fist City – Everything is a Mess
Safe & Sound
It Hugs Back – Slow Wave