Tag: Fayer

DHA Mix #374 By Desert Sound Colony

Occupying a space somewhere between ‘60s Psychedelia and the pulsating sounds of future-clubs, Desert Sound Colony is both infectious and ethereal, shrouding the listener in a gentle, rhythmical canopy. Debuting on Scissors & Thread and since releasing on the likes of Holding Hands and Fayer, recently his “Lose My Rhythm” landed as the 5th release on London’s Snap, Crackle & Pop. “Lose My Rhythm” is NOW AVAILABLE on Snap, Crackle & Pop BUY

Premiere: Edu Imbernon & Duologue - Underworld (Undercatt Remix)

Inspired by modern Techno after a chance encounter, Undercatt produce atmospheric songs influenced by melodic and emotional elements. A staple of the Diynamic family, the Italian duo have released tracks like ‘Golden Area,’ ‘Camargo,’ and the ‘Sweet Disposition’ remix (also premiered right here). Additionally, Undercatt has also found a home on Sasha’s Last Night on Earth imprint with their track ‘Coral’ establishing them definitely as one of this era’s most interesting new acts. Now, the journey continues as Undercatt take on remix duties, this time in the form of Edu Imbernon & Duologue‘s ‘Underworld’. Taken off the EP of the ... Read more

Mix #206 By Cubicolor

Providing the mix for DHA this week is Cubicolor, the act known for their collaborative efforts with London electronic power label Anjunadeep and curation of gentle, deep, bass-heavy atmospheric jungle vibes. Making his breakthrough in 2014 with his ‘Next Planet EP’, Cubicolor has gone on to be supported by artists such as Pete Tong, B.Traits, Kolsch, Joris Voorn, Lee Burridge, Adriatique and George Fitzgerald.  Their 4th EP for Anjunadeep ‘Down The Wall‘, was recently followed by a remix of the amazing ‘X Machina‘ record from Howling for Monkeytown/Counter Records. Ahead of their debut album in 2016, Cubicolor arrive on Edu Imbernon‘s breakthrough label Fayer, with their ... Read more

Interview: Cubicolor

Cubicolor are an emerging act from the Netherlands, making striking house and techno with an emotive flair. Receiving support from the likes of Pete Tong (who named them as, ‘One To Watch for 2015′), Sasha, B.Traits, Lee Burridge, Patrice Baumel, Jonas Rathsman, Axel Boman, and Danny Tenaglia, Cubicolor has quickly been garnering acclaim with one breakthrough release after another. Leading up to the release of their debut album on Anjunadeep later this year, Cubicolor recently dropped their latest received EP “Falling,” which was supported by a hefty remix package, including KOMPAKT contributor Robag Wruhme. The EP also featured London based ... Read more

Premiere: Cubicolor ft. Tim Digby – Falling (Robag Wruhme Remix)

It’s been tipped as the breakthrough track of Dutch newcomer duo Cubicolor. ‘Falling’ will be released as a single from the upcoming debut album due on Anjunadeep. The single is supported with a hefty remix package to up the buzz, one of which is by none other than KOMPAKT contributor Robag Wruhme. “Falling” also features London based Tim Digby-Bell, one of the founding members of the experimental-indie band Duologue. Cubicolor has counted on a diverse range of supporters thus far. Pete Tong has been their ultimate champion, naming them as ‘One To Watch for 2015’ in his Reddit AMA interview, as well ... Read more

Full Premiere: Bambook – The Storm feat. Jennie A (Original Mix)

Swedish production duo Bambook are hitting a rich vein of creative form with their second release for Culprit: ‘The Storm’, including remix work from The Drifter. Since their debut for the label last summer – ‘Hearts & Roads’ – Bambook have been on a streak of releases and remixes for notable imprints like Kindisch, Noir, Fayer and Jeudi. Clearly inspired, the duo of Eiad Sayegh and Hannes Netzell has managed to balance the volume of their musical output with tight quality control. Bambook’s affinity for the Los Angeles-based Culprit has again culminated in an appealing set of tracks on ‘The Storm’. Their penchant ... Read more

Full Premiere: Edu Imbernon & Droog – Spectral (Original Mix)

One of Culprit’s brightest young stars, Valencia’s Edu Imbernon, meets label founders Droog on ‘Spectral’.  ‘Spectral’ EP is the debut of Culprit originators Droog after they founded the Los Angeles based label six years ago. To prove themselves as producers, the LA collective have made a point of earning their stripes away from the label of their creation and the path has taken them to Crosstown Rebels, Supernature, Get Physical and Last Night on Earth, among others. Now, they have come home and they bring along Edu Imbernon, known for big releases on Suara, Culprit, his own two labels Fayer and Eklektisch ... Read more