Between The Cracks: 5 Albums You May Have Missed

Between The Cracks: 5 Albums You May Have Missed.

With so much good music coming through thick and fast, it’s easy for brand-new music to drop online and go overlooked. To help prevent this, we’ve picked five albums that you may have missed but need to hear. Stream albums from Steve Spacek, Leon Vynehall, Shhor, Waajeed and Jay Daniel. If you like what you hear, support the artists.


Steve Spacek – Natural Sci-Fi

With head-nodding beats, soulful grooves and his effortless vocal delivery, Steve Spacek’s Natural Sci-Fi’ album continues the post Spaceshift vibration. This fantastic album is solid from start to finish.



Leon Vynehall – Nothing Is Still

Leon Vynehall dropped this beauty back in June. His debut album titled ‘Nothing Is Still’ sees him digging deeper into the family history that has always inspired his most iconic tracks, whilst returning to his own musical roots. This fantastic record will undoubtedly be cropping up among the electronic albums of the year.



Shhor – Cliffside Women

Shhor’s debut album titled ‘Cliffside Women’ is a celebration of voice and of humanness, of healing through making sound, and of releasing your sound to be met by nature (as off a cliff) and those people who resonate with it. A truly beautiful release that perfectly marries her floating vocals, and gentle soundscapes across 15 compositions. A strong debut that shows that less is more.



Waajeed – From The Dirt

On the heels of a slew of essential EP’s Detroit producer Waajeed delivers a top-notch album that perfectly marries classic and modern house with soul. Get deep down and dirty below.



Jay Daniel – TALA

Rising Detroit artist Jay Daniel’s unveils his second album called Tala. Connecting the dots between jazz, broken beat, techno and house the young producer embraces a broad range of styles and moods.


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