Tag: eskimo recordings

Premiere: Paresse - Temple (Simple Symmetry Remix)

Originally released in October on Eskimo Recordings, Paresse’s ‘Sloth Machine’ EP won the Swedish producer a legion of new fans attracted to its mix of cosmic disco, balearic house and elegant, emotional electronica. That EP quickly worked its way into sets of DJs such as Moscoman, Marvin & Guy, Phillipi y Rodrigo, Yuksek, Justin Robertson, Rob da Bank, The Aston Shuffle and many more. With the throbbing Italo-disco inspired ‘Temple’ proving to be especially popular with DJs Eskimo have pressed the track onto a limited edition 12”, alongside today’s exclusive premiere, a brand new remix from hotly tipped Russian brothers ... Read more

Premiere: Kiani & His Legion - Oval Flight (Original Mix)

After being picked up by Red D on We Play House Recordings, Kiani & His Legion has also released on Defected Records and Eskimo Recordings. As a core artist on Nuno Do Santos‘ Something Happening Somewhere (SoHaSo) imprint, however, it is Kiani & His Legion’s first mini album on the imprint – “Lima Oscar Victor Echo” – that marks the next chapter of his sonic explorations by using a language that doesn’t need to be explained trough words, the symbols merge with their meaning through sound. Here, off the release, ‘Oval Flight’ starts out with the cheeky sound of an ... Read more

DHA Mix #283 By Eelke Kleijn

A rare and singular talent, Eelke Kleijn’s music stretches from stretches from film scores to deep live shows and incredibly well formed productions. A true modern day composer, this Rotterdam based music maker’s potential seemingly has no bounds. With a career consistently in acceleration mode, Eelke Kleijn has released music everywhere from Sony to Eskimo Recordings to Suara, while scoring such film’s as Parker, The Crossing, Wrath of the Titans, and This Means War. Recently, he has launched his new imprint DAYS like NIGHTS, which features his latest EP “The Terminal” (a track which can be heard on this mix), ... Read more

SXM Festival Podcast By Moscoman

Moscoman is the man behind underground hits on Correspondant and Eskimo Recordings, as well as his own Disco Halal imprint. His music takes in elements of Techno, New Wave, House, and the sounds of his native Middle East, quickly building himself to prominence via production, remix work, and DJing. Hailing from Tel Aviv Moscoman is now based in Berlin, but plays frequently throughout Europe and further afield and some of the most interesting and unique clubs and parties around. SXM Festival Podcast: Atish, Wild Dark Next month, Moscoman will join the SXM Festival ranks, an event that essentially features everyone ... Read more

Exclusive Review: Eelke Kleijn – A Tale of Two Lovers EP

Belgian label Eskimo Recordings turns up every year with records fluctuating between genres, not having a distinctive sound attached. That gives them the freedom to experiment, so their trademark doesn’t yet lie in specific sound, but in releasing prevailing material that is quite ear catching and tasteful. Standout artists within the label are Aeroplane, Drop Out Orchestra, Tiga, Hot Toddy, Satin Jackets and finally Eelke Kleijn. Eelke’s latest EP, Lovely Sweet Devine & A Tale of Two Lovers shows a different side of the Rotterdam-born artist. You can hear the full version of A Tale of Two Lovers here first! ... Read more