With so much good music coming through thick and fast, it’s easy for new music to drop online and go unnoticed. To help prevent this, we’ve picked five releases that may have slipped past your radar. Stream music from Sam Gendel, eeph, Bambooman, milo and Shai Soul-Wright. If you like what you hear, support the artists.
Sam Gendel – Hat Trick
For those of you who don’t know, Sam Gendel is a Los Angeles musician who makes some of the finest contemporary jazz around alongside a host of talented collaborators including Moses Sumney, Knower, Sam Amidon, inc. no world, Fabiano do Nascimento, Anenon, and more. On his new project, Gendel goes it alone for a beautiful live improvised session.
eeph – That’s the Difference in our Opinions
German producer eeph has shared a new 4-track EP called “That’s the Difference in our Opinions.” On his latest project eeph takes the listener on a twisting and ever-evolving journey through the outer limits of downtempo electronic music. Whack on your best headphones and dive into eeph’s sonic explorations.
Bambooman – Whispers
London based producer Bambooman pulls together hip-hop beats, field recordings and ambient electronic on his debt album that sees him bravely redefining his sound while staying true to his earlier musical adventures. While his EP’s had him bubbling in the underground, his debut album should see him take a serious step up.
milo – who told you to think ? ? ! ! ? ! ? ! ? !
It’s only been a few months since the sounds of milo has graced our ears, and Los Angeles based rapper returns with a new 15-track project. Expect abstract beats and exceptional rhymes.
Shai Soul-Wright – Seven-Seventy Seven
This is the smashing debut EP from South London songstress, Shai Soul-Wright. On Seven Seventy-Seven she gives us seven soulful tracks which combine touches of jazz, funk, reggae, and hip-hop. First off, the production from Emeson is of the highest quality. All of the tracks have a polished; fresh feel that blend perfectly with her lush tones. With a few more tracks this could easily have been a full-length masterpiece. Get to know!