Music Genre

Anton Kling – Mareld (Spotify)

“Anton Kling with his new single Mareld under Lou Slater imprint is here to tickle our ears with his brilliant sound design, full of the very best sound sets, combined through a harmonic story which flows easy like the water on a river. A chilled, downtempo house, which is so refreshing like the morning breeze of a mountain.”

Its a Minimal/House-track that is very progressive and builds slowly with nice percussions, background vocals and in the end there is a new melody coming in.

End of Code – Nothing Hurts The Chaman Bleu – Master & Gain Remix (Spotify)

“Melodic Techno с элементами ритмичного Organic House в новой, энергичной работе от End of Code.”

End of Code is the Malibu/Monaco electro Duo of Nicolas Saad and Shawn Pereira. Writing, producing and expressing the musical energy of future & freedom. It's not the music, it's what it represents.

Nicolas has been developing his musical creativity since the 90's, DJing & producing for French radio & TV.

Shawn taught himself music while traveling the world modeling for campaigns including Ralph Lauren Polo Sport, Diet Coke and Tag Heuer.

During vacation in St Barth's, he met Nicolas and End of Code was formed.

They released their first album "The Beginning" in March 2020 and their music is now in global demand becoming the official sound of BMW Monaco, playing in every new car sold.

A new album is on the way with a first single "Deep Into Your Soul" expected for the 5th of January 2021..

Padre Tóxico – Cellular Respiration (Spotify)

“Incredible, addictive sound palette in the new album of Padre Tóxico - LUI. Coolness solar breeze onshore winds caressing rays of the midday sun and rainbow rhythm pulsing in your head, this is what you feel when you listen on - Cellular Respiration - track from this album.”

“Невероятная, притягательная звуковая палитра в новом альбоме Padre Tóxico - LUI. Прохлада солнечного бриза береговых ветров, ласкающие лучи полуденного солнца и радужный ритм пульсирующий в твоей голове.”

Music possesses a quality that can transcend time, that's why it is never too late to follow through on your passion. Padre Tóxico is proving that to everyone with his latest records. He has been a fan of hip-hop since it’s inception and grew up during the golden era with dominant forces and timeless albums dropping left and right. Artists like Dr. Dre, 2Pac, Nas, ATCQ got him interested and sparked a fire so strong that it followed him for decades to come. In more recent times, he had that same wave of excitement strike him when he discovered electronic music from musicians such as Jon Hopkins, Kiasmos, Synkro or Stimming.

Just six months ago is when he had the realization to attempt the creative process himself. While his sound is still developing, he has taken his two loves and produced records with the stylings of both, with EDM tracks like "Rugged” and lofi boom-bap like “Summer in L.A.” showing off his innate diversity. On 3.05.2020 after 6 months of work, Padre Tóxico releases two LP's - electronic "Synesthesia" and hip-hop flavoured "Life supplement". 3rd ration of Padre's music arrived on 24.08.2020 on LP called "Mandala".

Jason Esun – Sunbeams (Spotify)

“To chill or groove? why not both? With Sunbeams from Jason Esun at Slighty Sizzled White and his minimal house grooves, through his tight mix and soft sound layering, felt the vibes quick, yes while it moved me on, in same time i enjoyed the afternoon mountain view, laid back in my sofa with my cold beer, having that wonderful atmosphere and sense of relax.”

Padre Tóxico – Dopamine Warmness (Spotify)

“Get your "Dopamine Warmness" from Padre Tóxico, a hypnotic ambient downtempo track released on Pickle Padre Records. His minimal aesthetics and soft sound design approach generates a deep listening experience which force you to repeat once it ends, as never releazied when you had a full listening allready. Very atmospheric!”

Midist – Blooms (Video)

Midist’s debut 7-track EP Near Field is a collection of moments that reflect on experiences before and during isolation. Combining elements of techno, house and pop music and composed entirely on hardware, the songs attempt to describe “the importance of our connections to each other, the deterioration of those connections and the resolve we find in ourselves”.

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