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Blame It All On Love

    The recording project of producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jeffrey Paradise, Poolside shares his new album Blame It All On Love, bolstering his reputation as a dignified tastemaker, with features from notable artists including Panama, Vansire, Ben Browning of Cut Copy, Slenderbodies, Mazy, Life On Planets, Ora The Molecule, and Munya.

    In 2011 Poolside set out to produce appropriately chill music for summer soirees, a light but danceable kind of music with sunny vibes and liquid rhythm that he dubbed "Daytime Disco." Since then, Poolside has released three acclaimed albums – Pacific Standard Time (2012), Heat (2017) and Low Season (2020) – remixed countless high-profile acts such as Billy Idol, Jack Johnson & Milky Chance, DRAMA, Miami Horror, L'impératrice, Purple Disco Machine, Big Wild and more. Poolside has also recently collaborated with Todd Edwards, Neil Frances, Brijean and Buscabulla. Poolside’s seven-piece live band has supported Kacey Musgraves and Tycho along with performing at major music festivals including Coachella, Primavera, Outside Lands and Corona Capital, with Jeffrey DJing opening sets for LCD Soundsystem and Earth, Wind & Fire. Poolside’s cover of Neil Young’s classic “Harvest Moon” - which they made a one-of-a-kind 12-inch just for James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) and halted the pressing of the album to include it on the debut album Pacific Standard Time – has been streamed over 100M times


    1. Ride With You
    2. Float Away
    3. Back To Life
    4. Moonlight
    5. Where Is The Thunder?
    6. Each Night
    7. We Could Be Falling In Love
    8. Ventura Highway Blues
    9. Hold On To You
    10. Sea Of Dreams
    11. Lonely Night

    LP Giobbi

    Light Places

      Producer, DJ, pianist and activist LP Giobbi (aka Leah Chisholm) shares ‘Light Places’, her long-awaited and highly anticipated debut full length album, on Ninja Tune imprint, Counter Records.

      Featuring multiple tracks with impressive names like Sofi Tukker, Little Jet, Caroline Byrne, Monogem, DJ Tennis and Joseph Ashworth throughout the album, ‘Light Places’ sees LP celebrate the joys of collaboration, improvisation and creating music through friendship, paying homage to the people and music that shaped her as an artist.

      LP Giobbi is the founder of Femme House, a non-profit educational platform that seeks to create equitable opportunities for women and other marginalized gender expressions in the technical areas of music creation, with over nine thousand community members.

      For fans of Fred Again, LF System, Jayda G, TSHA, Barry Can’t Swim, Franky Wah.


      Side A
      1. Intro: Mother
      2. If Love Is A Skill (feat. Sofi Tukker)
      3. Can’t Let You Go (feat. Little Jet)
      4. All I Need (Interlude)
      5. All I Need
      6. Another Life (feat. Caroline Byrne)
      7. Georgia
      8. Follow The Loop (feat. Le Chev)

      Side B
      1. Feels Just Like It (feat. Caroline Byrne)
      2. Body Breathe (feat. Monogem)
      3. All In A Dream (feat. DJ Tennis And Joseph Ashworth)
      4. All My Life (feat. Sofi Tukker)
      5. Outro: Not Fade Away

      The Midnight


        On their new album, ‘Heroes’, The Midnight fuse cinematic synths, arena rock chords and euphoric pop hooks with slivers of Springsteen. It’s an album that celebrates our connected nature, the way we overcome loss by coming together under one sky and singing songs at the top of our lungs.

        Launched by the propulsive jolt of guitar-laden singles like ‘Change Your Heart or Die’ and lauded as “one of the next iconic rock acts of the generation,” having sold out O2 Brixton Academy in May of this year, The Midnight’s new era is their biggest and boldest yet.

        For fans of The War On Drugs, CHVRCHES, DON BROCO, Bruce Springsteen, Muse, ‘Stranger Things’ OST.


        1. Golden Gate
        2. Brooklyn. Friday. Love.
        3. Heartbeat
        4. A Place Of Her Own
        5. Heroes
        6. Heart Worth Breaking
        7. Loved By You
        8. Aerostar
        9. Change Your Heart Or Die
        10. Avalanche
        11. Souvenir
        12. Photograph
        13. Energy Never Dies, It Just Transforms



          Throughout the album’s 12 tracks Luke refines the signature Tennyson sound, making his flurried beats come into focus and his already riveting hooks catchier. This is also the first project in which Luke lends his voice to almost every song, with the exception coming from a feature with singer-songwriter Rae Morris on the pained but heartfelt ‘Slow Dance’. Dramatic dynamics and emotional weight are the driving force of ‘Rot’, making for pop music fit for misfits.

          Written during a period of distress, after developing a sudden hearing condition brought on by mold exposure, ‘Rot’ is a musical diary of a brain gone sideways; the soundtrack of a young artist on the brink of his own disaster. As an escape from these troubles, Luke found solace in what he knew best. He wrote songs on his computer, more to keep his hands busy than thoughtful expression.

          “I was working on these tiny little speakers and making what I thought was garbage,” he remembers, but when he moved back into his newly renovated room and listened back to the music, the melodies made him cry. “It sounded like what I went through,” he says.

          The completion of ‘Rot’ then marks a metaphorical and artistic milestone for Luke. “I'm starting to get more of a sense of what my skill set is,” he says, “Somehow, I've gotten a pretty strong handle on controlling sound in a very specific way. I don't think it's genius or sparks or something. I think I'm just looking at the right things by luck”


          Side A
          In My Head (Intro)
          Slow Dance (feat. Rae Morris)
          Side B
          Get Gone
          Secret (Interlude)
          Nine Lives
          Figure Eights



            Grammy-winning artist RAC (Andre Allen Anjos) returns with his highly anticipated new album “BOY”, released on Counter Records following his 2017 release “Ego”. Stand alone single is a cover of the iconic early 2000s hit “Never Let You Go” from Third Eye Blind featuring singer, songwriter, DJ and record producer Matthew Koma and his actress wife Hilary Duff.

            Recommended if you like… Odesza, Classixx, Goldroom, St Lucia, Sigala, Rudimental, Tourist, Elderbrook, Big Wild, Jai Wolf, Sigma, Louis The Child

            TRACK LISTING

            SIDE A
            A1. Rapariga
            A2. Boomerang (ft. Luna Shadows)
            A3. MIA (ft. Danny Dwyer)
            A4. Passion (ft. Louis The Child)
            SIDE B
            B1. Sweater (ft. Maddie Jay)
            B2. Next To You (ft. Emerson Leif)
            B3. Toulouse (ft. Minke)
            SIDE C
            C1. Gomas
            C2. Stuck On You (ft. Phil Good)
            C3. Together (ft. Evalyn)
            C4. Carefree (ft. LeyeT)
            C5. Oakland (ft. Winnetka Bowling
            SIDE D
            D1. Arcoíris
            D2. Solo (ft. Gothic Tropic)
            D3. Get A Life (ft. Instupendo)
            D4. Change The Story (ft. Jamie Lidell)
            D5. Dolores Park
            D6. Better Days (ft. St. Lucia)

            1. Rapariga
            2. Boomerang (ft. Luna Shadows)
            3. MIA (ft. Danny Dwyer)
            4. Passion (ft. Louis The Child)
            5. Sweater (ft. Maddie Jay)
            6. Next To You (ft. Emerson Leif)
            7. Toulouse (ft. Minke)
            8. Gomas
            9. Stuck On You (ft. Phil Good)
            10. Together (ft. Evalyn)
            11. Carefree (ft. LeyeT)
            12. Oakland (ft. Winnetka Bowling League)
            13. Arcoíris
            14. Solo (ft. Gothic Tropic)
            15. Get A Life (ft. Instupendo)
            16. Change The Story (ft. Jamie Lidell)
            17. Dolores Park
            18. Better Day

            Follow ‘Kingdoms In Colour’ is Maribou State’s hotly anticipated new album and the follow-up to 2015’s breakthrough debut album ‘Portraits’ on Ninja Tune’s Counter Records imprint. A warm and highly textured collage of breakbeats, guitar licks and found sounds from their worldwide travels, the record features Khruangbin (‘Feel Good’), long standing collaborator Holly Walker (‘Nervous Tics’ and ‘Slow Heat’) and ‘Turnmills’. Kingdoms In Colour has brought together the experiences of their world tour from their first album and injected it into their sound and lyrics. It’s grown and developed into a beautiful flowering album, if you like the sorts of The XX, Caribou, Bonobo, Mount Kimbie, Khruangbin, then you’ll fall in love with Maribou State.

            TRACK LISTING

            Beginner’s Luck
            Nervous Tics (ft Holly Walker)
            Part Time Glory
            Feel Good (ft Khruangbin)
            Slow Heat (ft Holly Walker)

            What So Not (formerly a collaborative duo with Flume) is the solo project of Australian producer Emoh Instead. Here he drops his debut album, "Not All The Beautiful Things", via Counter Records. Including collaborations with Skrillex, Toto, Daniel Johns, Rome Fortune and writing from Jono Ma (Jagwar Ma), it features a highly advanced sound palette which draws from modular techniques and mixes them with a high end precision beats and a full frequency patina. 

            For fans of Flume, Skrillex, JACK Ü (Diplo & Skrillex), Mura Masa, Machinedrum.

            Previously recognised for his dancefloor-ready releases on Sweat It Out and Skrillex’s label OWSLA.

            TRACK LISTING

            What So Not & SLUMBERJACK - Warlord
            What So Not - Be Ok Again (ft Daniel Johns)
            What So Not - Beautiful (ft Evergreen Oak)
            What So Not - Stuck In Orbit (ft BUOY)
            What So Not & James Earl - Demons (ft Rome Fortune & Tommy
            What So Not & Skrillex - Goh (ft KLP)
            What So Not & Toto - We Keep On Running
            What So Not & San Holo - If You Only Knew (ft Daniel Johns)
            What So Not - Monsters (ft Michael Christmas & tobi Lou)
            What So Not & Dyro - Bottom End
            What So Not - Same Mistakes (ft Daniel Johns)
            What So Not - Us (ft Daniels)

            Jono McCleery

            Seeds Of A Dandelion

              Jono McCleery - a man blessed with a truly magical, heart-melting soul voice and skills on the guitar to match - releases a suite of acoustic cover versions of songs that date from 1941 to 2013, encompassing works by Billie Holiday, Scott Walker, Jeff Buckley, Rufus Wainwright, Atoms For Peace, Beyoncé and Peven Everett with Roy Davis Jr.

              For fans of Nicky Mulvey, Fink, Jose Gonzalez.

              Recorded over 10 days at Urchin Studio in East London - Tim Rowkins took on recording, production and mixing duties (as he did on Jono’s 2015 album ‘Pagodes’) whilst Dan See (Jamie Woon / Nick Mulvey), Milo Fitzpatrick (Portico Quartet) and Steve Pringle (Michael Kiwanuka) provided drums / percussion, bass and keys / organ respectively.

              TRACK LISTING

              Brand New Start
              Know Who You Are At Every Age
              Dinner At Eight
              Morning Theft
              God Bless The Child
              Old Man’s Back Again
              Wild Is The Wind
              Dream Letter
              La Ritournelle

              ‘Hurt & The Merciless’ marks a musical culmination for The Heavy, a mesmeric blend of their trademark rock & roll classicism and funk and soul grooves with added sonic experimentation.

              The 12 track album - featuring the lead track ‘Since You Been Gone’ with its lolloping groove, plus the spiky garage rock anthem ‘What Happened To The Love?’ - is a batch of their strongest songs yet.

              TRACK LISTING

              Since You Been Gone
              What Happened To The Love?
              Not The One
              The Apology
              Nobody’s Hero
              Miss California
              Turn Up
              A Ghost You Can’t Forget
              Last Confession
              Mean Ol’ Man
              Slave To Your Love
              Goodbye Baby


              Everyone I Ever Met

                Spokes have played festivals including The Big C1hill and End Of The Road and have completed three full UK tours prior to signing to Counter, in addition to dates with Everything Everything.

                They are one of XFM’s New Bands Of The Year, with additional support from Radio 1, Radio 2 and 6 Music.

                “Great rewards surely await the angelic Spokes” - Clash Magazine
                “... pastoral indie with a post-rock veneer that builds to glorious climaxes” – NME.

                TRACK LISTING

                1. 3 4 5
                2. We Can Make It Out
                3. Everyone I Ever Met
                4. Sun It Never Comes
                5. Give It Up To The Night
                6. Peace Racket
                7. Torn Up In Praise
                8. Canon Grant
                9. Happy Needs Colour
                10. Forever The Bridge
                11. When I Was A Daisy, When I Was A Tree

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