7 Deadly New Grooves Turning Good Friday into Great Friday


Blood Orange | June 12th

Released in honour of US Black History Month, which takes place in February, as opposed to October in the UK where Dev Hynes is from. Hynes released this and one other song Christopher & 6th under his Blood Orange moniker.


Mt. Si | 911

Here’s a dreamy EP from Mt. Si, an LA based trio of friends. To celebrate the release of 911 Mt. Si made a mix of some of their favourite tunes, head here for a listen, it’s beatsy and chillsy and poppy and synthy. It’s lovely.


L’Impératrice | Là-haut

There’s absolument an air of Air off this song by French band L’Impératrice. It’s the opening track and a welcome introduction from their debut album Matahari.


George Fitzgerald & Bonobo | Outgrown

This single is from George Fitzgerald’s new LP All That Must Be which features co-production from his buddy Bonobo. Catch them both each doing their own gig at Forbidden Fruit Festival this June.


Björk | Arisen My Senses (Lanark Artefax remix)

This remix of Björk’s Arisen My Senses comes from Scottish producer Lanark Artefax. The original song comes from the legendary Icelandic artist’s last album Utopia.


Lawrence Rothman | Wolves Still Cry (Classixx Remix)

Gender bender Lawrence Rothman gets the Classixx treatment who remix the beautiful Wolves Still Cry. Have a look and listen to the original song for four minutes of heaven.


Lindstrøm feat. Ronika | Didn’t Know Better

Norwegian producer Hans-Peter Lindstrøm joins forces with Nottingham-born Ronika on a funky new disco dancefloor filler called Didn’t Know Better.


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