• Disclosure Tease New Track On Instagram
• Art Department mixes fabric 82
• Seven Davis Jr. Announces Debut LP for Ninja Tune; Streams Lead Single
Disclosure Tease New Track On Instagram
The duo took to Instagram and posted the cover art (which can be seen below) for their next single ‘Bang That’, which is thought to be premiering on Annie Mac’s Radio One show tonight.
Howard and Guy have been in the studio working on the follow-up to their Grammy-nominated breakthrough album ‘Settle’ for a while now, and with their debut album stacked with a mixture of high-profile artists we can surely be treated to some banging collaborations.
Tune in to Annie Mac’s show tonight for the exclusive.
Art Department mixes fabric 82
fabric 82 has been mixed by Art Department.
This is the first release in a new era for Art Department—Kenny Glasgow recently departed to focus on his solo career, leaving the project to Jonny White. White bookends his 17-track selection with Basic Channel‘s “Mutism.” In between he’s drawn on material from the likes of Frank & Tony, Mr G, Matthew Herbert,Borrowed Identity, Fred P, JTC, Efdemin, NGLY and Rick Wade.
01. Basic Channel – Mutism
02. Frank & Tony – Villa Seurat
03. Mr G – Hip Flexer
04. Doubt – Worse For The Wear
05. Borrowed Identity feat. Mechanical Soul Brother – Ruhephase In D-Moll
06. DJ Boom – Kinda Kickin’ (Efdemin Remix)
07. Brooks Mosher – Get Ready (Fred P. Reshape)
08. Scott Grooves & Kataconda – Decimal 2.0
09. Art Department feat. Seth Troxler – Cruel Intentions (Fred P. Reshape)
10. NGLY – Service Cost
11. Jonathan Lee – Dimensions
12. Herbert – Deeper
13. JTC – Valley Road (We Are 1) (DJ Qu Remix)
14. Nitejams – Untitled (NJ01 – B1)
15. Rick Wade – Wired
16. James Priestley & Marco Antonio – Speed
17. Basic Channel – Mutism
Fabric Records will release fabric 82 on June 22nd, 2015.
Seven Davis Jr Announces Debut LP for Ninja Tune; Streams Lead Single
LA-based vocalist and producer Seven Davis Jr has unveiled details of his debut long-player, which will see a summer release via Ninja Tune. As Resident Advisor reports, the album undertakes themes of freedom, integrity, and self-improvement, and is (in Davis’ own words) about “finding your place. Knowing yourself. Being where you belong.”Universes follows from recent 12″s on Ninja Tune and FunkinEven’s Apron label, and features guest appearances from Bristol’s Julio Bashmore, fLako, and Kutmah, who oversaw the release of Davis’ The Lost Tapes Vol. 1 on his own IZWID imprint.
Before Universes lands on July 24, lead single “Sunday Morning” is available to stream below, where we’ve also included the album’s complete tracklist.
03. Sunday Morning
04. Everybody Too Cool
05. Good Vibes feat. Julio Bashmore
06. Be A Man feat. fLako
08. Afterlife feat. Kutmah
09. No Worries
10. Welcome Back