February 2015 Mix


Silver Soundz February 2015 Mix

1. Róisín Murphy – Gone Fishing
2. Yumi Zouma – Song for Zoe & Gwen
3. Cuushe – Tie
4. Warpaint – No Way Out (Redux)
5. THEESatisfaction – EarthEE
6. BadBadNotGood & Ghostface Killah – Ray Gun (feat. DOOM)
7. Pale Blue – Dusk In Parts (feat. Jana Hunter)
8. Romare – Work Song
9. Autumn – Shivers
10. Tei Shi – Bassically (HONNE Remix)
11. Jam City – Proud
12. LIDS – Sarsfest
13. Fort Romeau – Not A Word (ft. New Jackson)
14. Lindstrøm – Home Tonight (feat. Grace Hall)
15. Emile Haynie – Come Find Me (ft. Lykke Li, Romy)

Clark – Silver Sun


Clark has made plans to drop a new EP called Flame Rave on March 26 through Warp Records. His new four-track effort follows-up the self-titled album he released in November last year. Here’s what Clark had to say about the new EP:

“I started making these ravey tunes to play out at gigs, but they gathered a momentum and gradually formed this E.P. I came back to it again and again – it seemed to work in clubs but also as a sneaky, immersive headphone listen. I love the feel of an almost overwhelming percussive violence being suddenly flooded with heartache and melody. I find that dynamic exhilarating. I really wanted this E.P. to capture that. I hope you enjoy listening to it”.

Flame Rave is out March 26 via Warp. Pre-order it here.

Anna B Savage – 1


London-based singer-songwriter Anna B Savage has treated us to her beautiful new track 1, the first preview of her forthcoming debut EP which will hopefully be released this year. On 1, the emerging folk musician has crafted a stark and gripping number that has a compelling pull similar to the early recordings of Laura Marling and the late great, Nick Drake.

VIDEO: Fort Romeau & New Jackson – Not A Word


London producer Fort Romeau drops his sophomore LP Insides, next month through his new label Ghostly International. It follows on from his previous EP’s Stay / True and Her Dream which were both released last year. In a press release, Fort Romeau said: “I want to allow things to breathe and develop gradually over longer track lengths, rather than cram everything into four or five minutes.”

Having already previewed the albums slow-burning title track, his latest offering, the vocoder-heavy Not A Word, finds Greene collaborating with Dublin producer New Jackson. Watch the Jack Featherstone-directed visuals for the single below.

Fort Romeau’s new album Insides drops March 31 via Ghostly. Pre-order it here.