Robyn has released her first new solo single in eight years, Missing U, which premiered today on Annie Mac‘s show on BBC Radio 1. Missing U was recorded and written in Paris and Stockholm. Robyn wrote and produced the track with Metronomy’s Joseph Mount and her long-time collaborator Klas Åhlund. Robyn also confirmed her forthcoming… Read more »
Four Tet has returned with a brand new single, titled Two Thousand And Seventeen. It was premiered last night on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.
Justice have returned with a new single, titled Safe and Sound. The track is the first we’ve heard from the Parisian electronic duo since the release of 2011’s Audio, Video, Disco. A recorded sample from Ed Banger Records boss Busy P’s set at Sónar Festival led to the discovery of the track last week, and… Read more »
James Blake has released his third full-length LP, The Colour In Anything. After hinting at the album for over a year, and occasionally dropping new tracks during his BBC Radio 1 slot, Blake revealed the album’s official title in an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac yesterday afternoon. The Colour In Anything contains 17… Read more »
NAO has shared a sparkling new single, titled Fool To Love. The track, which premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show this week, features production by Grades and follow’s NAO’s late 2015 single Bad Blood. It’s the latest preview of the Londoner’s eagerly-anticipated debut album, due later this year via her Little Tokyo Recordings… Read more »
After previewing his forthcoming new record Skin earlier this month, Flume has dropped the album’s eagerly-awaited lead single, and it doesn’t disappoint. Never Be Like You features vocals from Canadian singer Kai, and premiered this evening on Annie Mac‘s BBC slot. Skin is due later this year on Mom + Pop.
Shura has just unveiled her latest single White Light, and it’s Annie Mac‘s Hottest Record in the World this week. Sprawling well over seven minutes, White Light is an infectious ode to 80s-inspired synth-pop with a modern touch, that’s without doubt Aleksandra Denton’s most experimental single yet. Get into it. Shura‘s new single arrives July… Read more »
Disclosure premiered their new track Bang That during Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 program this evening. While it’s been well documented that the Lawrence brothers been working the follow-up to 2013’s Settle, they told Annie Mac their new album will be out before the year’s end.