Its been seven years since Sharam released his debut album “Get Wild”. Now he unveils his follow-up LP, “Retroactive”. Acting as one half of the legendary dance duo Deep Dish alongside Ali Dubfire, Sharam’s new solo album continues to tell his story through a retrospective of influences which date back to his initial beginnings in the D.C. scene. Retroactive LP revisits his roots across thirteen tracks which traverse from early 80’s Giorgio Moroder inspired disco to futuristic, dark and hypnotic clubby affairs. As said by the artist himself, “I never want my records to sound like anyone else’s, and at the same time I never want two of my own tracks ... Read more
Digging into the aesthetics of vintage music imagery is Adult Swim, who recently released their new sketch ‘Lords of Synth’ last week. After this stunning short sketch, it is clear that there is only one hope for humanity… the synthesizer. Titled as Live at the Necropolis: Lords of Synth, the retro-fitted homage is near reminiscent of a Hellenistically-derived Music God battle for the heavens. A triangular display of action between the characters ‘Morgio Zoroger’, ‘Carla Wendos’ and ‘Xangelix’ is narrated by anchors whose persona is resemblant to Ron Burgundy. Watch and wait until your eyes explode.
To many, Ben Pearce’s name is synonymous with ‘What I Might Do’, his debut single that became a house anthem on club floors across the world in 2012. While Ben is a platinum achieving artist, he maintains a perfect balance between his breakthrough success and underground-born talent. During his rise, Ben developed a reputation through his remixing prowess and original productions, eventually being named DJ Mag’s Best Breakthrough Producer in 2013. He went on remixing for Le Youth, Kwabs and Tender Games in 2014, collaborated with Black Orange Juice “Predictable” for MTA, and released the underground club infused ‘Lego’ EP ... Read more